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Finca Morelia White Honey - Colombia Espresso

White Chocolate, Red Grape, Almond
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    This espresso from the Finca Morelia in Colombia's Huila region delicately balances a rich and syrupy body with a pear-like sweetness and nutty finish.

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    Cultivated with love by great farmers. 100% Arabica coffee, harvested when ripe and carefully processed. Sustainable and fairly traded.


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    Our standard bags contain 250g and are 100% recyclable. No mixed materials.


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    About the coffee

    White Chocolate, Red Grape, Almond

    Score: 87
    Sweetness: 2/5 baked pear
    Acidity: 4/5 Syrupy
    3/5 Creamy and Nutty
    3/5 Caramel Fudge

    Variety: Colombia
    Processing: White Honey fermentation: 24h washed and 48h resting in a tank
    Harvesting Year: 2021/22
    Drying Time: 25 days

    Suggested brew recipe:
    1:2, 19g coffee to a yield of 40g, in about 30-35 seconds

    About the coffee

    An exciting example of a delicately fermented coffee with a wonderful flavour profile, this espresso from Miller Walles Cruz has been processed with a white honey method. Here, the smallest amount of mucilage is left on the beans after being depulped, leaving a honey-like coating that is left to dry, becoming sticky and imbuing the coffee with a pale colour and more complex flavours. This results in a clean, delicate coffee that performed really well in our espresso roast, with a nutty body and gentle pear-like sweetness.

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    The Farm | Finca Morelia

    Miller Walles Cruz, one of eight coffee-farming brothers, operates the Finca Morelia in Colombia's Huila region.

    New partner
    Miller Walles Cruz
    Type of Farm:
    Family-run farm

    Region, Country: Huila, Colombia
    1700 masl
    Soil type: Fertile Soils
    Fertilisation method: organic
    Shadow Type: Shade grown
    Processing location:
    On the farm
    Number of varieties: Various
    Harvest season:
    Sept-Dec / April-May

    Cup of Excellence

    About the farm

    Miller Walles Cruz is something of a pioneer in his family. He and his eight brothers were lucky enough to inherit a large estate in Colombia’s Huila region, which they decided to divide up between them. Having previously grown sugar cane, when Miller moved into his plot he made the switch to coffee, seeing a better paying and more reliable market, especially in specialty coffee.

    The move turned out to be the right one, with coffee supporting him and his family much better than sugar cane ever had, and it inspired seven of his brothers to also grow coffee. His younger brothers Simon and Alexander have also taken to specialty coffee, and we’re lucky enough to count the three of them amongst our partners, with Simon’s El Triunfo and Alexander’s Bella Vista joining Miller’s Finca La Morelia on our shelves.

    Located in Paicol, part of Colombia’s famed Huila region in the east, Miller grows coffee on about 10 hectares of his Finca, reserving some of the old-growth forest in its natural state to preserve the biodiversity of the region. Most of the trees are Variedad Colombia, which is joined by smaller plots of Caturra, Pink Bourbon, Tabi, and, since 2020, some Geisha too. He processes most of his coffees with a honey process that combines fermentation both on beds and in tanks.

    Life at Finca Morelia is cyclical, following the seasons and the coffee harvest. The winters involve quiet upkeep of the farm, where Miller and his wife Dadny Salinas and eldest son Rivaldo prepare for the coming harvest season. In the summer, it’s all hands on deck as Miller calls in his extended family and hires some temporary pickers to help with the harvest.

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    In developing a profile for a filter roast, our roasting team takes a light-handed approach, roasting much more gently than in an espresso roast. Here, the aim is to respect and highlight the natural flavours of the coffee itself, and to let its terroir shine through.

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    Carefully grown and processed by our partners.

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