Ecuador Loja Puyango Bosques de Marfil 1300-1800m (200g)
Varietal: Typica, Bourbon, Caturra
Altitude: 1300 – 1800 masl
Roast: City to City+
Tasting Notes: Cherries, citrus, syrupy
Bosque de Marfil is the name of a forest in the center of Ecuador’s southernmost Loja province, and the 44 farmers who produce this coffee call the Bosque de Marfil home. The coffee from Altos de Marfil is grown by coffee growers who have a very long tradition in coffee production, meaning that they grow traditional varietals. The average age of these producers are around 60 years. However, most of them are starting to introduce the business to their children in order to continue with the tradition and pass it to future generations.
The coffee with are carrying this time is well structured and sweet. It is delicious for both filter and espresso alike.