Coffee Reviews

Barefoot Coffee Roasters - Colombia Santander Fair Trade Organic

Coffee Origin: Colombia, S. Nevada de Santa Marta

Coffee Species:

Coffee Varietal:
Castillo, Caturra and Typica

Coffee Elevation
1,800 - 2,200 M

Coffee Farm/ Producers

Coffee Roasting Date, Roaster
Barefoot Coffee Roasters - 7/20/2015

Coffee Processing:
Fully Washed



The beans have the fragrance of roasted coca nib, citron, cream, tomato juice, maple syrup, cinnamon, plantain, musk, leather, oregano, rubber, sapote, blanched almond, and coriander

The grounds have the fragrance of goose berry, chicken Tikka, red current, burnt sugar, grilled lemon, chervil, Asian pear,  leather, tobacco, cedar, turmeric, damp soil, prune, raisin, squash blossom, blood orange and black walnut

The aroma of this coffee is of toffee, squash blossom, damp soil, prune, cocoa nibs, plantain, sour cream, sapote, thyme, lemon bitters, palm oil, and molasses

This is a medium body coffee that is rich and creamy with a thick syrupy mouth feel that lingers

This is a medium acidity that is bright with a sharp forward note that is astringent and lingering like of spice


The flavors of this coffee are of cedar, toffee, blood orange, grilled lemon, backed chocolate, prune, sapote, dried habanero, dried mango, all spice, juniper berry, custard, and tart green grape

As it cools the toffee and blood orange notes are more developed along with a crab apple like note

Back note of dry green tea leaf and green papaya