Cherry compote, almond oil and heavy doses of chocolate develop into a thick, sticky body.
Underlying layers of stone fruit and cashew butter imbue a sweet syrupy finish.
Summary Barefoot coffee espresso blend with aromas of dried flowers and butterscotch. Cherry compote, almond oil and heavy doses of chocolate develop into a thick, sticky body. Underlying layers of stone fruit and cashew butter imbue a sweet syrupy finish.
White grape acidity with clear notes of apricot and honeydew melon
Sweet and clean as it finishes.
Summary The name "La Gloria" was given in honor of Maria Jose's mother. La Gloria is a piece of land with rich volcanic loam topped with a heavy coat of organic matter. The steep part of the farm is mostly grown to Bourbon and Pacas varietals, while a remaining flat plot or "tablón" is dedicated to the exotic Pacamara varietal. Coffee grows below a canopy of Ingas and other native trees
Summary Located in the Cerrado Region, in the state of Minas Gerais, Daterra Farms has been committed to excellence in both coffee and land stewardship for the last 20+ years. Luis Pascoal and Daterra are the acknowledged world leaders in producing immaculately processed natural dried coffees that are completely sustainable. Daterra’s uniqueness lies not only in its environmental philosophy: protection of wildlife, water resources, and native forests; but also in it’s social responsibility promoting labor rights. Great people making great coffee.
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