Roasted Colombia coffee – mild and intense pleasure
Colombia, on the Pacific coast of South America, is home to hundreds of coffee plantations. They form a cultural landscape which is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.
Thanks to the now dormant volcano “Nevado del Ruiz“ coffee growers profit from ideal soil for their plantations.
The success story of Colombian coffee was dates back to 1808, when a clergyman who brought the first coffee plants from the French Antilles. Today, Colombia is the world’s largest producer of Arabica coffee beans.
The coffee cherries are harvested by hand, the coffee beans are machine-washed and then sundried in the open or under glass. In Bremen, Dieckmann carefully roasts the best green coffees from the Los Nevados, Armenia und Medellin regions.
Colombia coffee - character & taste:
Colombian coffee is characterised by its mild yet intense taste and a slightly sweet, nutty aroma.