Idioma Coffee Sampler
Nicaragua single origin Cafetos de Sogovia micromill is a labor of love from the Albir family, specifically now the second generation, sisters Ana and Martha Albir, who inherited their passion for coffee from their father, who bought a coffee farm in 1991, tending to it with dedication until political strife forced his family to leave the country and cease the day-to-day operations of the farm. In 2007, Ana and Martha decided to take over the farm and continue their father's tradition. In 2015, they invested in a mill as well, and began their milling operation as Cafetos de Segovia in 2016, providing milling and exporting services not only for their own family farm but also for 11 nearby farms owned by friends and family.
Fragrance: Milk chocolate, cherry, vanilla, butter, caramel. Aroma : Nutty, chocolate, butter, lemon. Flavor: Chocolate, nutty, mild lemon. Acidity: Bright acidity with a silky mouth feel and well balanced. Finish: Lingers and slowly goes away.
Kenya; Uteuzi Jimbo means "county select" in swahili. The name was chosen as this blend is an expose of what each region has to offer. The blend comes from Nyeri, Embu, Mr. Elgon and Kirinyaga counties in kenya. The blend coming from various smallholder farms, the Nyeri is considered the "Kenyan yard stick". Fragrance: Caramel, vanilla and white grape.
Aroma: Chocolate, grape.
Flavor: Caramel, sugar cane and white grape.
Acidity: Tart citric acidity and a heavy mouthfeel.
Finish: Long buttery/smooth finish
When you subscribe to receive Idioma Coffee you will have options of frequency. Weekly, bi-weekly or monthly, your coffee will be shipped to you within 24 hours of roasting. Typically the weekly subscriptions will be delivered at the beginning of the week and monthly subscriptions at the beginning of the month.