Meet Sandra Maria's Colombian Brew: The Coffee that Won Our Hearts

Meet Sandra Maria's Colombian Brew: The Coffee that Won Our Hearts

Hey coffee enthusiasts! Get ready to meet a brew that is far from ordinary—Sandra Maria's Colombian coffee. This isn't just another cup; it's an experience steeped in an amazing story.

The Process

Setting this coffee apart is the level of attention paid to each bean. Ripe cherries are handpicked and then subjected to a unique 72-hour mixed-batch fermentation. This process results in a cup that stands out for its clean, unique flavour profile. The beans are then sun-dried for two to three weeks, ensuring that what you get is nothing but pure, artisanal coffee.

The Flavour Profile

This is more than just coffee—it's a journey for your taste buds. Imagine a blend of apricot and berries dancing with notes of white chocolate. The citrus fruit acidity wraps it all up, heightened by a black honey sweetness. It's a cup you won't easily forget.

The Story Behind The Bean

Sandra Maria Arboleda is not just another farmer; she is a star in the world of coffee cultivation. Her farm in Urrao Antioquia grows the special Caturra Chirosso bean—a choice that's led her to be a finalist in the prestigious Cup of Excellence and Colombian Land of Diversity competitions. This year, her coffee has landed in Australia for the first time, and we couldn't be more thrilled.

A Mutual Connection

Our relationship with Sandra extends beyond simple business transactions. We've been sharing photographs of the coffee's journey, making this an exciting milestone for both her family and her village. Sandra's love for coffee provides jobs for locals and fulfils her lifelong passion—a legacy passed down from her father.

So, if you're in the market for a cup that delivers more than just flavour—a cup that brings with it a rich backstory—look no further than Sandra Maria's Colombian brew. It perfectly captures the art of coffee-making and brings a slice of Colombian excellence to our Australian shores.

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