With the arrival of Nodo Sur we complete the pairing of two blends that hail from opposing ends of the country. With Nodo Norte from the Sierra Nevada and now Nodo Sur from southern Huila our goal was to reconsider the sensory profiles these origins are known for, here at home and around the world.
This last blend is composed of beautiful coffees from four fincas, from two municipalities of southern Huila: from Acevedo we are fortunate to feature José Ramón Collazos, finca El Diamante, and from Oporapa we’d like to thank Pedro Nel Trujillo, finca El Jardín, as well as Leidy Andrea Vargas, finca San Isidro and last but certainly not least, Diego Vargas España, finca Piedras Grandes. The union of these four micros expertly combines the three most popular varieties grown across Colombia: Caturra, Castillo and variedad Colombia. The cup is aromatic and citrus-forward, with notes of sweet lime, mandarin and navel orange.
Don’t miss out on this last feature in our series of coffees inspired by the lunar phases. We set out to feature traditional flavor profiles from across the country and ended up discovering and highlighting some of the best coffees we’ve ever tasted