- Country: Colombia
- Process: Honey
- Region: Nariño
- Elevation: 1500-2200 MASL
- Variety: Castillo, Caturra, Colombia
- Roast Level: Medium
Sweet and savory with winey fruit acidity, cocoa and mild berry flavors.
Honey Coffees in Colombia have the cherries removed and then are placed on raised beds or patios for drying. Often these raised beds are covered by parabolic dryers to protect the coffee from rain. The heat produced by the parabolic dryers can act similar to a greenhouse, so proper ventilation has to be accounted for to avoid drying the coffee too quickly. Coffee is turned often to achieve uniform drying.