Hard Lines Coffee - Colombia - Santuario
We’re big fans of Hard Lines in Cardiff, and wanted to bring a little piece of that action to Stockport. We use their House Party espresso beans in our Gaggia espresso machine, and you can take home some too.
Producer: Asocafe Tatama Santuario
Elevation: 1300-1900 Masl
A fruity sweet belter with notes of madarin and sweet berries.
Asocafé Tatama Santuario is an association located in the north-west of Risaralda in the municipality of Santuario. This association has 200 members and has been collectively working towards the commercialisation of specialty coffee, with the goal of paying better prices to its members. The farms which make up the association stretch across altitudes between 1300 - 1900 MASL.
Each farm produces its own levels of volume and types of varieties, and the main varieties grown are Castillo, Caturra, and Supremo. Most of the members of the association process their coffees using traditional washed processing practices.
The most notable feature of this area is Tatama National Park, which connects the central Andean valley of Colombia with the Pacific Coast. This landscape provides a unique microclimate to the coffee grown in the area and gives Santuario its unique complexity and vibrant cup profile."