This is the finest, full-bodied, creamy and low-acid Arabica highland coffee from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia. The forest coffee grows at 1100 - 1700 m above sea level and is harvested by hand by the indigenous Kogi and Arhuaco people. The three different types of coffee essentially consist of Arabica Tipica with small amounts of Arabica Caturra and Arabica Bourbon. New breeds or hybrids are not included. The coffee grows almost wildly in the forests and only produces low yields, but the aroma is more concentrated and intense. Over the decades, the coffee trees have had plenty of time to grow slowly and healthily and to adapt optimally to their location. The Kogi Indians protect these valuable trees with a lot of love and interfere with nature as little as possible.
Coffee Kogi "Aluna" – coffee roasting
As a filter coffee, the Aluna roast is roasted rather lightly and tastes slightly fruity with a pleasantly mild acidity. A very nice body, a slight sweetness and fine, pointed acidity combine to create a coffee with a noble character. Medium-bodied and very multifaceted in the aromas, you will encounter a full-bodied coffee with a long, positive aftertaste. Cocoa and balanced fruit aromas, such as orange, as well as fine chocolate, stand out from the diverse aromas.
Filter, French Press, Aeropress
Meaning of the word – “Aluna”
In Kaggabba, the language of the Kogi, ALUNA is the expression for the origin of all being, the source from which life arose and continues to arise. It is the life energy, the indescribable. Aluna is also thought as origin. At first there were only the thoughts, from which a small stone emerged, the earth.
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