Pirates of Coffee - Lychee Pop: Colombia Honey Culturing
Lychee POP was produced by the infamous Edwin Noreña at Campo Hermoso in Quindio, Colombia. This tropical treat is a Cenicafe 1 variety and was processed with a honey culturing process.
Tasting Notes: Lychee, Sprite, Hibiscus, Rambutan
Cup score: 88.50 ☕
The delightful lychee aroma hits you as soon as you crack open the bag and carries through to the cup. Our brew method of choice for Lychee POP is v60 - check out our brew guide below. It's a refreshing coffee, enjoyable both hot or over ice.
We were fortunate to meet Edwin (pictured on the left below) in person earlier this year and spent some time together during our trip to Colombia.
It's our first time working with him and we're excited about it! We love the passion Edwin has for coffee production and his professional achievements are second to none.
ABOUT EDWIN NOREÑA
Edwin Noreña is a third-generation coffee farmer producing coffee at his family farm - Finca Campo Hermoso.
He has leveraged his family's generational coffee-producing knowledge to produce quality coffee with unique processes. Edwin is not only a Coffee Producer but also a Coffee Designer, Q Processing Expert, Q Arabic Grader and a Cup of Excellence Judge.
Finca Campo Hermoso is located in the Triángulo del Café region of Colombia.
ABOUT LYCHEE POP
Lychee Pop is an extremely unique coffee we have come across, due to the unique honey culturing processing method utilized by Edwin Noreña at Campo Hermoso.
The honey culturing process involves using fermentation starters and the unique natural flavors that come from fruits and aromatic plants.
New sensory profiles have been developed by mixed fermentations between the starters and traditional coffee fermentation processes.
☠️ Single origin from Colombia
☠️ Region: Circasia, Quindío
☠️ Producer: Edwin Noreña
☠️ Farm: Campo Hermoso
☠️ Roast: Light/medium
☠️ Brew: Filter
☠️ Varietal: Cenicafe 1
☠️ Process: Honey Culturing
☠️ Cup Score: 88.50
☠️ Tasting notes:
☠️ Altitude: 1550 masl
☠️ Harvest: November 2021
☠️ Whole bean
☠️ Imported by: WE THE ORIGIN