CENCOIC and El Llano are left to rest in a used whisky cask sourced from Speyside cooperage.
Origin Information Country: Colombia Region: Cauca Producer group: CENCOIC Growing Altitude: 1700 - 1900masl Varieties: Caturra, Colombia, Tabi & Castillo Harvest: April - June Process: Natural - Washed
Cencoic, which stands for Central Cooperativa Indígena del Cauca, are a cooperative comprised of indigenous reserves in the Cauca region and they also export their own coffee.
Country: Costa Rica Region: Tarrazu Farm: El Llano Farm Varieties: Caturra, Catuai Altitude: 1550 masl Processing: Washed
The green coffee is left to absorb the sweet, boozey notes left behind from the whisky, sample roasts are taken at various points before we are happy to run a full production roast
Sourced from the Cauca region, the green coffee has been stored in empty Whisky casks from the Speyside Cooperage for just the right length of time.
Allowing the raw green bean to absorb the wonderful whisky aromas has elevated this fantastic coffee to a whole new level.
Super smooth and with a gentle citrus start, milk chocolate and a beautifully balances whisky sweetness. Hints of oak and vanilla come through with a lasting dark chocolate finish.
Perfect for that after dinner coffee. 0% ABV.
Steve, Head of Coffee says...
“I have spent a lot of time in the development of this stunning coffee along with our friends at Speyside Cooperage to ensure we age the coffee perfectly giving a subtle sweetness enjoyed by this infusion. The care taken gives a wonderful balance of sweetness without overtaking the wonderful Colombian coffee used”.