Colombia - Brayan Alvear - Juicy Yellow - 8oz

Colombia - Brayan Alvear - Juicy Yellow - 8oz

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This is yet another happy and lively lot from our buds at Forest coffee! Exploding with juicy hints of tropical fruits, complemented by a sugary pastry finish that guarantees a uniquely delightful experience that will have you seeing yellow... in a good way! Keep reading for more details:

We Taste: Passion Fruit, Rainier Cherry, Guava and Cheese Pastry
Process: Passion Fruit Co-ferment
Varietal: Castillo, Caturra, Colombia
MASL: 1400-1600

From our pals at Forest:

HISTORY: 
Brayan, a proud native of Acevedo, Huila, Colombia, is here to spill the beans on his coffee-filled tale. Nestled in the heart of San Adolfo, a bustling coffee farm, Brayan's roots run deep in this caffeine-rich soil. It's like the land itself whispered its secrets to him, shaping his destiny. From a young age, Brayan soaked up coffee wisdom like a sponge, thanks to his pops' after-school lessons. Little did he know, those coffee chats would ignite a fire within him. Now, alongside 60 like-minded souls (including his own kin), Brayan's on a quest to share their prized coffee cherries with the world. It's no easy feat, but they're up for the challenge. And that's where the magic happens – with a little help from Forest and the Ancla processing facility, Brayan's beans get the royal treatment, resulting in flavor profiles that'll knock your socks off. His dream? Simple yet mighty: to spread the rich, bold taste of San Adolfo Huila's finest brews far and wide. So keep those mugs ready, folks – Brayan's brewing up something special!
PROCESS DESCRIPTION: 
The process begins with a 24-hour pre-fermentation in a plastic bag, which enhances the flavor. Then comes a cherry aerobic session that lasts for 24 hours. The cherries are depulped and then infused with dehydrated passion fruits for a 5-day anaerobic fermentation that enhances the flavor intensity. The process concludes with a mechanical drying process that takes 10 days and a 5-day flavor maturation period.

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