How often do we see coffee from Ecuador? Not often enough! As soon as I cupped this extraordinary coffee from Clear Lake Coffee Roasters, I raced over to reserve a batch for our speciality wholesaler. This coffee is Cidra, or Sidra, varietal: a new hybrid primarily found in Ecuador, and making some real waves as a promising new bean. Its flavor profile is sweet, floral, and velvety-smooth. In fact, the first thing you'll notice about this cup is its amazing, buttery texture — it's just like sipping a glass of almond milk. Sugary fruit flavors upfront, lychee, apple cider, purple plum, all wrapped up in that almond milk creaminess. Finish eases into a soft profile of spicy florals, with notes of candied rose, pink peppercorn, a touch of sweet herbs. We're so excited to give you a chance to enjoy an elusive Ecuadorian microlot, Ecuador Guillermo Lomas.
J'adore, Ecuador! This is the first Ecuadorian coffee I've seen all year. Last year, Clear Lake Coffee Roasters' small Ecuadorian lot flew by so fast, I barely had a chance to refill my cup. I am so excited to work with Clear Lake Coffee Roasters to reserve a small amount of this year's microlot, just for our customers. Available now, for a limited time, and at a really great price! Reserve your bag today, and don’t miss your chance to try this creamy, dreamy Sidra coffee, Ecuador Guillermo Lomas.
- Roasted by Clear Lake Coffee Roasters
- Light roast profile
- Origin(s): Ecuadorian
- Tastes: Marzipan, Rose, Plum
- Process: Washed
- Elevation: 1350 masl