Nectarine & Dark Chocolate

We taste 80% dark chocolate and stone fruit, specifically nectarine, along with some creamy & bitter walnut.

Calixto Perdomo lives on site at his small 2 hectare farm, Finca El Dinde, which is quite typical of small producers in this region. He owns his own small wet mill or micro-beneficio, and processes the coffee onsite; the coffee is pulped, dry fermented, washed and dried in a small parabolic dryer. When the layers and ventilation are well managed, drying time in the area is typically 10-15 days.

He works with other small farmers in the area, along with Nordic Approach, focusing on increasing quality in the past several years. Calixto’s farm came 4th in a micro lot competition arranged by Nordic Approach in Tarqui in August 2017.

Tarqui is in the Central Cordillera of the Andes Mountains, in south western Colombia. In the northern part of this region the main harvest is in July-August and the secondary harvest occurs in November-December. In the southern parts this corner of Colombia, this growing cycle is reversed. These unique growing conditions make it possible to have fresh coffee from Tarqui all year.

  • Calixto Perdomo

  • Finca El Dinde

  • La Eureka, Tarqui

  • Colombia

  • 1600 m.a.s.l

  • 100% Colombia

  • Fully washed

  • July-August 2017

  • Medium, great for espresso or filter

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    We taste 80% dark chocolate and stone fruit, specifically nectarine, along with some creamy & bitter walnut.

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