The beans for this coffee are sourced from a small cooperative in Colombia. The family farmers produce their coffee in harmony with nature and without the use of pesticides. They dry the beans in the sun together with the pulp. This helps the beans retain their aroma. The pulp has the consistency of honey, which is why it is called honey processed. Nutty in the nose with faint marzipan aromas. Gentle bitterness and a pronounced berry note on the tongue. Full-bodied and persistent fruity notes on the palate.