Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
Colombia El Embrujo "Witch" FILTER
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€15,73
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€15,73
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Producers: Ignacio Rodriguez                
Location: Caldas / Anserma / Finca El Embrujo
Processing: Anaerobic natural
Cultivar: Castillo
Importer: Sucafina Europe
Wholebean coffee

Tropical fruit, winey, dark chocolate, caramel

The name “embrujo” comes from the Spanish word for “spell”. Ignacio believes that truly excellent specialty coffee will evoke the “magic of coffee” for drinkers. Ignacio is building a laboratory and microbiology lab to help him better understand the process.

Ignacio employs 48 women year-round. These women, many of whom are single mothers supporting their families, ensure high-quality by sorting cherry and parchment to remove any defective beans. Igancio saves the pulp from processing his washed process coffees and applies it to coffee trees as fertilizer. Water from processing is used to irrigate his corn crops.

Ignacio pays harvesters above the going rate. After sorting the floaters, cherry is placed in crates and transported to the warehouse where they ferment for 36 to 120 hours, depending on the ambient temperature. Then, cherry is dried in mechanical dryers which enables Ignacio to control the temperature and makes it possible to process coffee on a larger scale.