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Colombia Finca Hawaii Mokka Natural

Our friends at Granja La Esperanza produced this unique Mokka variety coffee on their newest farm Finca Hawaii, named in honor of Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms—the source of the seeds used to plant the Colombian farm.

Processing using the natural method, this intensely fruity coffee is truly unparalleled in flavor. 

Roasted fresh & shipped from the Equator Coffees Roastery every Wednesday.

Flavor Profile

  • Origin

    Sasaima, Cundinamarca, Colombia

  • Tasting Notes

    Intensely fruity and sweet with flavors of Concord grape, hibiscus, cocao nibs, and banana.

  • Roast Level

    Light Med Lt Med Med Dark Dark

Origin Story

Café Granja La Esperanza

Our friends at Granja La Esperanza produced this unique Mokka variety coffee on their newest farm Finca Hawaii, named in honor of Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms, the source of the seeds used to plant the Colombian farm.

This coffee was processed using the natural method where the coffee cherries are left to dry on the beans fully intact, resulting in an intensely fruity flavor profile. Once unheard of in Colombia, the natural method of processing is beginning to gain popularity with more growers. Granja La Esperanza has been instrumental in influencing the Colombian Coffee Federation, who now routinely approve select natural processed lots for export.

Altitude
Altitude

4,760 – 5,000 feet

Variety
Variety

Mokka

Processing
Processing

Natural

Why We Love This Coffee

Located on the Hawaiian island of Maui, Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms helped popularize the unique Mokka cultivar. With its tiny beans, the rare Mokka variety had apparently been crossed with the locally grown Hawaiian Typica variety before making its way to Colombia. The history of the Mokka variety however goes back much further; thought to have been collected by researchers in Brazil from beans that had originated, at some point, in Yemen. The beans have a striking similarity in appearance to a Yemeni variety called Ismaili.

  • Sustainably Sourced
    Sustainably Sourced

Good Coffee, Better Planet

Granja La Esperanza has been instrumental in influencing the Colombian Coffee Federation, who now routinely approve select natural processed lots for export. The natural processing method was initially used out of necessity in arid growing regions since it requires a fraction of the fresh water relative to the washed process. Additionally, water used for coffee processing can be harmful to the environment if it’s not properly treated.

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