Sudan Rume #00046 carries the shining expectations of the Café Granja La Esperanza team
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Sudan Rume #00046 is a super product batch of coffee from Café Granja La Esperanza farm. Coffee trees are grown and established for cultivation and processing with the desire to produce high-quality coffee batches, affirming the quality of the brand and the country in the international market. Under the push of the farm team’s efforts and dedication, this batch of coffee has blossomed into wonderful aromas with a flavor profile reaching 93.5 SCA. Explore with 43 Factory Coffee Roaster!
Sudan Rume #00046 is raised from the prime land of Caicedonia
Sudan Rume coffee batch #00046 was harvested from the 02/2023 crop at Café Granja La Esperanza‘s Las Margaritas sub-farm. The team chose a 4.8ha plot of land located in Caicedonia – a town in Colombia’s Coffee Cultural Landscape recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site – to establish where coffee grows. This place is also located on the coffee belt territory and inherits unique characteristics, ideal for growing and producing premium Arabica varieties. What is special is that Caicedonia has different terrains including high mountains and valleys with steep terrain. It causes this land to form microclimates that create very unique conditions for coffee.
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The land where Sudan Rume #00046 grows has an altitude of 1,570 – 1,850 meters above sea level, with an annual rainfall of 1,340mm/year helping the tree grow smoothly. Furthermore, to support the cumin tree and explore its unique characteristics, the farm team has greened and cared for the growing area using organic, purely natural methods. Thanks to that, the coffee’s living environment always achieves appropriate shade coverage, temperature from 17 – 22 degrees Celsius, humidity around 73%, stimulating the ability to filter and develop flavor profiles.
Café Granja La Esperanza farm workers tend to the coffee
The process of processing Sudan Rume #00046 is meticulous through each step
In addition to being free to grow up harmoniously in an ideal environment, Sudan Rume #00046 is also nurtured by innovative and strict processing systems and processes. The farm team pays attention to every detail in the quality control process. They are careful from the manual steps to choosing the best equipment. In particular, the fruit picking and selection process is done entirely by the hands and sharp eyes of skilled workers. After ensuring that the batch of coffee only contains berries that are berry and round, workers proceed to the next steps in the wet processing process. Sudan Rume #00046 coffee beans will be put into grinding machines and water tanks with extremely strong vortex force to separate the skins. Once thoroughly washed, the seeds are sieved dry with closely monitored temperatures ranging from 35°C (95°F) to 45°C (113°F). Farmers will closely monitor and take samples to check the quality to ensure the final product has a final moisture content of about 10.5%.
Café Granja La Esperanza farm workers process coffee
Sudan Rume #00046 evokes delicate, novel notes
Inheriting special care and sweet aromatic characteristics from the Sudan Rume variety, Sudan Rume #00046 excels in the quality of Colombian specialty coffee. The aroma of coffee has a depth and richness that is extremely delicate. The seeds highlight the typical flavors of primeval forests with the aroma of eucalyptus, jasmine, and lemon peel. The light, uplifting scent seems to lift the feelings from the pure natural area to the experiencer’s eyes.
The original tendency of the Rume Sudan variety is diversity in flavor. Through the wet processing method, Sudan Rume #00046 further reveals the flexibility and multi-layered flavors. The coffee layer is woven from the bright, bright acidity of malic, citric and the warm, elegant sweetness of a eucalyptus forest. Through flow pressure and temperature, Sudan Rume #00046 blends into the oral cavity, bringing a delicious feeling that fills the receptor cells. The flavor base runs along the sensory path, conveying elegant touches of lemongrass, honeydew melon, mint, peach, and ginger. Occasionally in a moment, the flavor layer emerges with notes of chrysanthemum and orange peel, gentle and full of relaxation.
Image of coffee trees at Café Granja La Esperanza farm
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