Sugar Mountain

Tolima is a central department of Colombia located in the Andean region. The mineral-rich soil, high altitudes, and lack of seasons from being so close to the equator make this region ideal for coffee production.

This coffee is sourced from El Edén, a family farm in Fresno, northern Tolima. The farm is owned and operated by Marta Bayter and her two sons, Shady & Elias. Driven by improving cup quality, the Bayter family are always experimenting with processing technology and interesting varietals.

This Java varietal has been processed through an anaerobic fermentation. Coffee beans are placed in sealed tanks and all oxygen is removed. This 60 hour long process converts acids into sugars. What is unique in the Bayters' approach comes after the fermentation: the beans are dried intermittently between the sun and shade.

Roasted by

Quietly
From Stirling

Coffee details

Country
Colombia
Region
Tolima
Variety
java
Altitude
1400 - 1600 m
Farm
El Edén
Producer
Bayter Family
Process
anaerobic natural

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Recipes

Sugar Mountain
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