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Colombia Excelso EP | Boxes

$72.00 USD
SKU 003A10

REGION: Various


ALTITUDE: 1200 - 1800m

Q-GRADE: 84 Points SCAA


Castillo, Caturra, Colombia


Medium to Bright acidity / Medium body


Balanced cup with notes of cocoa, roasted nuts and dried fruits. Citrus finish.


Orders received Monday to Friday before 12:00 PM Central Time generally ship the same day except on holidays. Though uncommon, please allow up to 3 business days for an order to ship.


Colombian Coffee 

Colombia produces some of the most popular coffees in the world and has a reputation for its well-balanced and mild coffees. They are the second largest global exporter behind Brazil and you would be hard-pressed to find someone that doesn’t enjoy a cup of coffee from Colombia. Colombian coffees are extremely popular as they can be roasted dark without turning excessively bitter and can thus be used for espresso drinks.      

 Most coffees that come from Colombia are either Supremo or Excelso, which refers to the coffee bean size and grade. Excelso beans are large and pass through grade 16 sieves, while the Supremo is slightly larger and pass through Grade 17 sieves / perforations. These coffees can be harvested from the same tree but will be sorted based off their individual sizes. These coffee types are almost identical in flavor and composition. The most esteemed coffees come from the MAM region: Medellin, Armenia and Manizales areas.   

Colombia Excelso EP Medellin 

Medellin is one of the primary Excelso producing regions in Colombia. This specific Medellin Excelso is EP (European Preparation) which means the raw beans are hand-sorted to remove any foreign materials and defective beans. This coffee has a Q grade cup score of 84. It has a sweet cocoa and brown sugar aroma, a mild winey acidity, a sweet fruity aftertaste and a smooth, medium body. People love this coffee for its rich balanced flavor and is a great as a stand-alone coffee and also to blend with. 


100% Arabica Coffee.

Green coffee beans, raw coffee, unroasted coffee.

Green coffee is a raw agricultural product requiring further processing prior to consumption. Foreign materials may be present such as stones.