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Colombian Coffee - Don Jose – Supremo Arabica - Sample Set 75g

Don Jose Smooth Roast is roasted just passed a medium roast and before the second crack which really brings out the complexity and fruity tones to this magical bean. Don Jose Dark Roast is roasted beyond the second crack which brings out a rich depth and chocolatey aroma to this coffee. Don Jose Special Roast is our signature roast used exclusively by us here at Colco Coffee. We have developed a blend of two roasts using the same Supremo bean to really bring you something special. Don Jose Special Roast incorporates both the Dark Roast and Smooth Roast into one product to give the best of both worlds.  Don Jose is a favourite among many coffee lovers and is where it all began. This coffee is truly brilliant due to the supreme quality of every bean and roast technique which helps to maintain a consistent profile. The perfect morning coffee and after dinner treat.

Where is this coffee from?
Colombia – Seasonal Various, Risaralda, Notre De Santander
1.200 -2000m asl
 
What variety of coffee is it?
Colombian Arabica –  Supremo Sc18/19
Colco - Colombia’s Finest
 
What Certification does it hold?
Our Colombian Supremo Arabica coffee is certified via Café De Colombia.
They ensure the highest standards are met to be deemed Supremo and ensure that the famers are paid the best price in order maintain quality and sustainability within their farms.
 
What is the Process Method?
Handpicked, Fully Washed
 
What are the tasting notes?
Well balanced flavour with a Caramel body going into chocolate toffee texture and a malt finish.
 
What type of roast do you use for this coffee?
Special Roast – CC Strength 3/5
 
What is the meaning behind the name?
Don Jose is named after Angela’s father and is the name we use for all our Colombian Supremo Arabica products. Don Jose is roasted using the traditional methods he used passed down through generations. An image of Don Jose himself is used on the label with the colour to reflect a special roast.
 
What are the traditional brew methods?
Colombian Coffee is traditionally prepared using a colador (cloth filter) or by boiling the coffee grounds with Panela (Raw Sugar Cane) over heat, Tinto is the name given to a small black coffee.
Due to the complexity of our Colombian Supremo Arabica, many customers prefer to keep things simple brewing their coffee and drinking it black or with a splash of milk/milk substitutes.
 
Colco Recommends
We love the Supremo and its versatility. We recommend the Special Roast for Espressos, Filter, Moka pots & Cafetieres.