THEMISKYRA | COLOMBIA – ORGANIC

$20.00

10 oz (283g)

ORGANIC | SINGLE ORIGIN: COLOMBIA | WOMEN PRODUCED

ORGANIC coffee beans from an all-women’s cooperative in Colombia, roasted by Founder Amy here in California, making the entire process women-produced. A smooth-bodied chocolate flavor with notes of sweet caramel apple, vanilla, and pecan pie.

CURRENT SELECTION

  • Region: Balcón del Cesar, Cesar, Colombia
  • Altitude: 4,980 – 5,500 ft (1,520 – 1,680 m)
  • Harvest: September – January
  • Soil: Clay minerals
  • Process: Fully washed and dried in solar dryers that provide protection from the rain
  • Flavors: Sweet caramel apple, vanilla, and pecan pie

SKU: OWLB4526 Category:

Description

ORGANIC | SINGLE ORIGIN – PERU | WOMEN PRODUCERS
Organic coffee beans from an ALL-WOMEN’s cooperative in Colombia and then roasted by Sir Owlverick’s Founder Amy here in California.
A smooth-bodied chocolate flavor with notes of sweet caramel apple, vanilla and pecan pie.

CURRENT SELECTION
Region: Balcón del Cesar, Cesar, Colombia
Altitude: 1520-1680m (4980-5500 ft)
Harvest: September – January
Soil: Clay minerals
Process: Fully washed and dried in solar dryers that provide protection from the rain
Flavors: Sweet caramel apple, vanilla and pecan pie.

BACKGROUND

COLOMBIA ORGANIC CESAR SERRANIA DEL PERIJA WOMEN’S COOPERATIVE is sourced from famill-owned farms organized around the Asociación de Mujeres Cafeteras Plan Mil, an all women’s organization that operates in the municipality oF Balcón del CeSar within the department of Cesar, Colombia. Mujeres Cafeteras was founded in 1998 and many women started planting with 1000 coffee trees as they were walking away from farming coca trees. Today, Mujeres Cafeteras provides technical support, and access to the international coffee market for 58 members, from which 33 farms have achieved their organic certification. On average,
producers cultivate coffee on 27 acres of land using their own micro-mills to depulp and dry coffee. Mujeres Cafeteras share the farm work with their husbands /partners. As a way of diversify their income, women are supporting their youth to start a coffee roasting program aimed to supply the local market with high quality coffee. In addition to coffee production, members of Mujeres Cafeteras harvest and sell plantains, bananas, squashes, cassava, beans, corn, and yams.