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Passport Coffee & Tea

Colombian Supremo- Pitalito Estate

$12.95
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Passport Coffee & Tea

Colombian Supremo- Pitalito Estate

$12.95

This coffee is shade grown by many small family farms who each produce a limited amount of coffee. This coffee comes from the small town of Pitalito, which is at the foot of the Andres Mountains. Pitalito Estate Colombian coffee has a medium body, excellent aroma and balanced acidity.  That makes this medium bodied coffee a rare treat, combining an excellent aroma with caramel and fruit flavors. The result is a very smooth taste that is sure to satisfy your taste buds.

Tasting notes:
Colombian Pitalito Estate is an award-winning coffee that has a smooth medium body. Notes of berry fruit and caramel give this coffee a wonderful finish.

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Bean Profile:

  • Region; Valley Laboyos, Huila
  • Farm: Several smallholder farms
  • Varietal: Caturra, Castillo and Variedad Colombia
  • Processing: Washed, sun dried
  • Elevation: 5500-6000 ft.
  • California Residents: Click Here for Proposition 65 Notice

California requires the following notice for California residents: Coffee and Some Roasted Nuts, Baked Goods and Snack Foods. 

Chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive toxicity, including acrylamide, are present in coffee. Acrylamide is not added to our products, but results from cooking such as when coffee beans are roasted. As a result, acrylamide is present in our beans and brewed coffee.  Your personal cancer risk is affected by a variety of factors. The FDA has not advised people to stop drinking coffee or eating baked goods that contain acrylamide. For more information regarding the FDA's views, visit www.fda.gov. For more information about acrylamide and Proposition 65, please visit www.oehha.ca.gov/prop65/acrylamide.html.