Grown high on the slopes of the Colombian Andes, Colombian Supremo coffee is renown for its pleasant acidity and smooth finish. A medium to full bodied coffee with overtones ranging from nutty to fruity. This Peaberry variety of Colombia Supremo promises an ever richer cup of coffee.
The Colombian Supremo coffee is a perfect balance between acidity and richness. Smooth from beginning to end, this popular classic holds up to its name. With a delightfully smooth and light body, the Supremo is described as balanced and fruity. Presenting a strong aroma, the Andeano Colombian Supremo is medium-sweet in acidity, a perfect cup to enjoy at any time of day.
More than 6,700 coffee growers work together to bring customers the finest Colombian coffee from the region. Andeano coffee is grown without synthetic pesticides, chemical fertilizers or herbicides that could be potentially harmful to the consumers' health and to the environment. The farmers then harvest the coffee beans and only select the finest beans for drying and roasting.
The Coffee growers are the true artists behind a delicious cup of coffee, they care for their crops with deep devotion. Their expertise and deep knowledge of the art of growing and processing coffee has thrived for generations in Colombia.
Coffee plants produce their fruit in the form of a coffee cherry. Typically, the coffee cherry grows two halves of a bean within a single cherry. Sometimes the coffee cherry produces a single bean rather than two beans this is known as a Peaberry. From a coffee drinkers perspective, Peaberry coffee beans are much smaller in size than typical coffee beans. Since only one bean rather than two are formed, Peaberry coffee beans are said to be more robust in flavor and more acidic (good for taste) than regular Arabica coffee beans. Peaberry coffee by its very nature is rare as only 5% or so of all coffee beans harvested are in the Peaberry form.