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ECUADOR FINCA SOLEDAD | SIDRA | WASHED XTD | 24H OXIDATION | 72H MUCILAGE FERMENTATION | Specialty Coffee Roasted at Meron

11/06/2024

ECUADOR FINCA SOLEDAD | SIDRA | WASHED XTD | 24H OXIDATION | 72H MUCILAGE FERMENTATION

Explore the tasting notes of a single origin specialty coffee sourced from Ethiopia freshly roasted in our coffee lab, at Meron Roastery. Here is some cool info about the coffee and the farm.

 

The farm/farmer

Finca Soledad stands at 1,515 masl in a terrace rising above the Intag Valley in the Imbabura province in Ecuador. Surrounded by endemic trees in biodynamic balance the terroir expresses just what nature has to give in full. Pepe listens carefully to the silent language intrinsic to our ecosystem to develop profiles that enhance vibrant and delicate notes. The farm stretches over 120 hectares, eight of which are set aside for the production of various coffee varieties including Typica Mejorada, Caturra, Castillo and Sidra. There are other projected varieties to emerge in due time, namely Geisha.

 

About the coffee

Ecuador Finca Soledad, a rare coffee of the Sidra variety, processed by oxidation and mucilage fermentation for 72 hours, grown at an altitude of 1550 meters in the Intag Valley, Imbabura Province, Ecuador.
Its cultivation is supervised by Pepe Jose Jijon, on the Finca Soledad farm.

The processing offers subtle aromas of white flowers, tropical fruits, berries and cherries.

 

Take a look at the cup profile:

Country of origin: Ecuador

Farm/Farmer: Finca Soledad/ Pepe Jose Jijon

Region: Intag Valley, Imbabura Province

Variety: Sidra

Elevation: 1550m

Proc. Method: Washed XTD | 24h oxidation | 72h mucilage fermentation

Tasting notes: White flowers, tropical fruits, berries, cherry

 

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