El Aguante

Nariño is a southwestern department of Colombia, bordered by Ecuador and the Pacific Ocean. The volcanic soil from the Andes gives this region a strong agricultural sector. The Andean highlands have ideal coffee growing condition, whereas the Pacific lowlands' main crop is banana.

This coffee is sourced from Marcial Lopez in La Unión, Nariño. For the past 20 years, he has cultivated coffee on the high hills of Nariño where his farm Finca El Aguante produces excellent crops from year to year. In Spanish, Aguante means endurance, which is a testament to Marcial’s work ethic and dedication.

The resulting cup reminds us of dark chocolate, cherry and almond.

Roasted by

Kittel
From Montreal

Coffee details

Country
Colombia
Region
Nariño
Variety
castillo
Altitude
2000 m
Farm
Finca El Aguante
Producer
Marcial Lopez
Process
washed

Tastes like

🍫
dark chocolate
🍒
cherry
🌰
almond

Recipes

Chemex By Blue Bottle
Chemex
Aeropress by Sorellina
AeroPress
Hario V60 by Ritual Coffee Roasters
Pour over
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