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Potosi Sidra #0334 – Coffee lot with all the characteristics of the Valle del Cauca region


Potosi Sidra #0334 is a coffee batch from the Potosi farm of Cafe Granja La Esperanza. Inheriting efforts from many years of improving growing areas, sustainable production and processing processes, the configuration of coffee beans in this new 2023 crop has risen to a score of 92.5 SCA. Each round, firm seed contains the endless charm of layers and layers of fragrant herbs from the Valle del Cauca valley, Colombia. Join 43 Factory Coffee Roaster to discover the specialness of this coffee bean!


Potosi Sidra #0334 grows in a famous coffee landscape


As one of the children of the Cafe Granja La Esperanza team, Potosi Sidra #0334 was chosen as the ideal growing place for coffee to reveal the abilities of the Sidra variety. Coffee trees are specially cultivated at Potosi farm, Valle del Cauca valley, Caicedonia. This area is one of the locations in the Colombian Coffee Cultural Landscape recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2011. This place reaches an altitude of 1,400 – 1,860m, located on high mountains and hills, making it It seems to have a pure, novel beauty. The diverse ecosystem covered by native tree canopy creates a favorable environment for Potosi Sidra #0334 seedlings to grow. The land is periodically cared for, always maintaining Colombia’s typical fertility, promoting strong metabolic processes in plants. The growing area also has a humidity of 73% and a temperature of 17 – 22 degrees Celsius, creating ideal conditions for the seeds to convert compounds into flavor layers.Potosi Sidra #0334


Potosi Sidra #0334 is the result of quality improvement efforts


Potosi Sidra farm #0334 is Potosi – the first farm of the Cafe Granja La Esperanza brand. With a long history of coffee production dating back to 1945, the farm establishes a consistent direction of maintaining and improving the quality that is renowned in the Colombian coffee industry community. Since the late 90s, the coffee plots of this farm were converted to organic production, focusing on scientifically exploiting the maximum quality of each type of bean.

In particular, the team of workers has renovated the entire farming area for 30 consecutive years. They actively intercrop with native plants, searching for potential coffee varieties to upgrade and diversify flavor. Each season, new, exclusive processing processes are researched and innovated to raise coffee beans to a new level. Especially for rare coffee lots like Potosi Sidra #0334, Cafe Granja La Esperanza tries its best to perfect perfection while maintaining high uniformity of each bean. Therefore, thanks to inheriting the most advanced achievements of the brand, Potosi Sidra #0334 coffee beans in this new crop possess layers of noble aroma that make the experiencer captivated.

Potosi Sidra #0334


The taste of Potosi Sidra #0334 is clean and delicate


With a score of 92.5, this batch of Sidra coffee from the Valle del Cauca valley leaves the experiencer overwhelmed by the multi-layered and delicate flavor. From the overall configuration to each flavor note near the tip of the tongue, it evokes a freshness and clarity that is rare and hard to find. Original Potosi Sidra #0334 is malic acid with the organoleptic characteristics of mangosteen, the base of the scent is the fresh sweet smell of ripe mangosteen. The sharp scent combined with the scent of jasmine and sapodilla makes the scent even more attractive.

Potosi Sidra #0334

Taste it a little, the moderately viscous coffee of Potosi Sidra #0334 makes your mouth feel like you just enjoyed a crisp piece of fresh cantaloupe. If you sip carefully, that layer of flavor will spread a bit of coolness throughout the palate, creating a derivative background for the sweet stage behind. If you taste a cup of Potosi Sidra #0334 coffee when it’s hot, the compounds are now metabolically resonating at a high level. High levels of sweetness and acid make the coffee taste rich with hints of jasmine, sapodilla and mangosteen. As it warms, the molecules tend to transition to a stable phase, and the coffee clearly exhibits the characteristic taste of malic acid with notes of mangosteen, melon and green apple. When used cold, the compounds tend to slow down. The decrease in temperature makes the acidity more obvious, making the coffee clear and sharp with interwoven flavor notes like fresh, crisp, and succulent apricots.

Potosi Sidra #0334

Not only was it born from a land that is like a coffee mecca, Potosi Sidra #0334 is also where growers put all their efforts to nurture and protect each essence. Therefore, through each level of taste, the experiencer can enjoy the wonderful colors of the land of mature specialty coffee beans. If you want to experience it, stop by XLIII Coffee – The brand developed from the predecessor 43 Factory Coffee Roaster.

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