Colibri is Spanish for hummingbird, indicating the petite size of this coffee.
Medium body, orange zest acidity, milk chocolate sweetness, with notes of candied pecan in the finish. Small in size. Not in flavor.
This is our third year working with Anny Ruth whose farm resides in Boqueron, El Salvador. Anny Ruth inherited this farm from her father, at first determined to not be a farmer herself. Like many young farmers, she saw far more appealing opportunities in the city. However, she eventually fell in love working with coffee (as many of us do) and in more than one way! After telling our roaster that he was crazy for getting married so young, a couple years later, she did the same with one of our favorite importers in the industry.
Anny grows varieties red, orange, and yellow bourbon, as well as pacamara all in volcanic soil. Her coffees are clean, complex, and sweet. 100% Female Owned Farm. Not common in El Salvador.
|Process:||Honey and Natural|
|Tasting Notes:||Milk Chocolate, Orange Zest, Candied Pecan|