Colombia Cafe Laboyano
Cafe Laboyano is a coffee comprised primarily of lots from producers in and around the South of Huila and named after the Laboyo’s Valley (a person from this region is colloquially known in Spanish as a “Laboyano”). This communal lot is carefully constructed, with every single small lot individually cupped various times before being included within the main lot.
In addition to cup quality, each coffee must meet strict physical requirements, including our guidelines for moisture content and water activity. The first time a lot is cupped is when the producer brings a sample to our buying station. Upon approval, the producer will then bring the lot down to the warehouse where it will be cupped again, taking a sample from each sack to ensure consistency.
Upon final approval, the parchment coffee is packed in grain-pro and remains untouched until the entire lot is milled. Cafe Laboyano represen
The producers who contributed to this lot grow Caturra, Colombia, Castillo, and Pink Bourbon with farms sitting at a range of elevations between 1,600 and 2,000 meters.
Sold in 12 oz. bags
Sweet and balanced with notes of fig, honey, toffee, and cocoa.