El Paraìso Lychee - Colombia Filter
Passion fruit , Mango, Lychee

€79,60 / kg

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We know him as a friend of experimentation: Diego Bermudez surprises us this time with a double anaerobic fermentatio. The coffee resembles a fruity cocktail: passion fruit yogurt is mixed up by tangy lime and sweet yet slightly sour lychee.

About the coffee

Diego Bermudez uses controlled fermentation to create a unique and interesting flavor profile. The initial fermentation is aerobic, where the coffee ferments in the harvest bags in the cherry - exposed to the air. Then the floats (the floating cherries) are removed, the coffee is depulped and continues to ferment, this time in a sealed tank without oxygen for anaerobic fermentation before being washed and dried. The goal of the double fermentation is to bring out the sweetness and complexity of the coffee.

About the farm

Diego was fascinated with growing coffee from a young age. His family didn't grow coffee - but a family friend who ran a coffee farm was his first introduction to growing coffee plants. As he likes to say himself: was Diego adopted by the coffee industry!

After studying Agri-Business Management, Diego convinced his family to let him plant coffee trees on a small plot of their farm (2.5 hectares). This is how Diego started in the coffee industry: cultivating his trees and selling the cherries to local cooperatives, which allowed him to pay for his studies.

After graduating in 2012, Diego and his family founded Indestec, which now operates five fincas of its own throughout Cauca and grows 70 hectares of coffee trees. Their goal was to develop and promote competitive and sustainable agriculture through the development of technology solutions.

Since then, it has won the Cup of Excellence and other awards several times for its outstanding coffee lots.

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Coffee from Colombia

Coffee first came to Colombia in 1732. Since then, the fame of Colombian coffees has grown greatly, mainly thanks to the symbolic figure of the farmer Juan Valdez. Colombian coffees have a wide variety of flavors that vary from region to region. They range from heavy bodies with chocolatey notes to light bodies with a fruity sweet cup profile.


Suited for

Recommended brewing ratio

16g coffee grounds, 250g water, medium grind, approx. 2.5 min brewing time

Flavour notes

Passion fruit , Mango, Lychee

Passion fruit




A Castillo variety with a distinct fruity flavour profile.

About the coffee

Variety: Castillo

Processing: Double Anaerobic Washed

Altitude: 1800 m a.s.l.

Harvest year: 2021

Processing place: on the farm

About the farm

Farm: El Paraiso

Location: Cauca

Coffee farmer: Diego Bermudez

Form of Operation: Family business

Prices: Cup of Excellence

Cooperation: many years

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