This limited edition coffee has hints of citrus and stone fruit that brighten a smooth bittersweet chocolate base. Pair with a poblano pepper and cotija cheese omelet, a sweet bun, and a day spent preparing for a feast with friends and family.
Located in the highland regions of Cauca, the Paez (who also call themselves Nasa, or “the people”) is the largest indigenous group in Colombia. Fondo Paez was founded in 1992, with the goal of keeping alive traditional agricultural knowledge and indigenous culture buried by centuries of conflict and oppression.
fondo paez cooperative
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Aroma: cocoa, malt, brown sugar
Tasting Notes: bittersweet chocolate, stone fruit, citrus zest
In our lab, the Chemex is grabbed most often for a brew that highlights this coffee’s natural fruit and spice characteristics; think plum and baking spices. Of course, any brew method you choose will be amazing. Need some tips? Our brewing guides are here to help.