Colombia Washed Huila

Blackberry, Brown Sugar, Red Wine

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An incredibly smooth coffee with well-rounded sweetness that shines as a pour-over, espresso, or cold brew!

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  • Always Ethically Sourced
  • Coffee Roasted to Order
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SOURCED

ETHICALLY

ROASTED

TO ORDER

OWNED

INDEPENDENTLY

SUSTAINABLE

SOURCING

DELICIOUS COFFEE

NATURALLY

SMALL-BATCH

ROASTING

SOURCED

ETHICALLY

ROASTED

TO ORDER

OWNED

INDEPENDENTLY

SUSTAINABLE

SOURCING

DELICIOUS COFFEE

NATURALLY

SMALL-BATCH

ROASTING

SOURCED

ETHICALLY

ROASTED

TO ORDER

OWNED

INDEPENDENTLY

SUSTAINABLE

SOURCING

DELICIOUS COFFEE

NATURALLY

SMALL-BATCH

ROASTING

SOURCED

ETHICALLY

ROASTED

TO ORDER

OWNED

INDEPENDENTLY

SUSTAINABLE

SOURCING

DELICIOUS COFFEE

NATURALLY

SMALL-BATCH

ROASTING

the geeky details

roast profile

light medium

origin

Colombia Huila

brewing methods

Drip, Pour Over, Espresso

tasting notes

Blackberry, Brown Sugar, Red Wine

processing

Washed

roasted with love

by Tapestry Coffee team

roast profile

light medium

origin

Colombia Huila

brewing methods

Drip, Pour Over, Espresso

tasting notes

Blackberry, Brown Sugar, Red Wine

processing

Washed

roasted with love

by Tapestry Coffee team

behind the beans

At Origin

Sourcing

Our coffee beans are all specialty grade and sourced from the world’s best coffee growing regions. We partner with the best importers to make sure we have great coffee and great relationships with farmers.

Roastery

Roasting

Our beans are roasted with love to bring out the unique tasting notes of the beans based on their origin, varietal, and processing method.

Cupping Table

Quality Control

Beyond taste testing all new green coffees that come in, we also taste test all roasted coffee to verify that every batch meets our quality standards!

Fulfillment

Pack & Ship

All our orders are roasted fresh to order and shipped out quick to make sure you get as fresh as possible coffee!

In Your Hands

Enjoy Delicious Coffee

Brew up those tasty beans to your exact liking! Sling up some espresso, batch up some nice cold brew, sip some batch brew, however your heart desires.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FAQ's

What are the recommended brewing methods?

A phenomenal option for any manual brewing method whether it be a pour-over of any style, french press, or whatever else it might be!

How should I brew this coffee?

To get the best out of this coffee we always recommend this recipe as a stating point

  • Brew with a 1:16 ratio (one gram of coffee to every 16 grams of water).
  • Use water that is between 198 - 204 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Adjust your grind for a 3-4 minute brew time. (The finer the grind, the longer it will take to brew)

How do I brew this coffee as espresso?

Ground Coffee In: 

17.0 - 18 grams

Espresso Out:

34 - 36 grams

Time it takes:

27 - 33 seconds

For more information on dialing in or tasting espresso, you can see our guide!

Where is this coffee sourced from?

Colombia

Huila - Castillo, Caturra & Colombia

Colombian coffee is among the most recognizable and most dynamic in the world, with multiple growing regions whose distinct yet consistently crowd-pleasing profiles reflect the various microclimates that exist in this large country. We source workhorse coffees from various of these growing regions, looking for a cup that contains a nice balance of sweetness, fruity effervescence, and a foundation of cocoa and/or toffee. Most Gran Galope offerings are a blend of coffees from between 10 and 30 smallholder farms, each with comparable cup characteristics and score. Coffees from Huila are cupped and purchased in Pitalito; coffees from Cauca are cupped and purchased in Popayán; and coffees from Nariño are cupped and purchased in both Pasto and La Unión.

What size bag should I order?

Great question! Ultimately, it just comes down to your coffee drinking rate, but we loosely recommend the following:

12 oz = Each bag brews approximately 2-3 cups per day for a week.
2 lb = Each bag brews approximately 2-3 cups per day for about 2-3 weeks.
5 lb = Each bag brews approximately 4-5 cups per day for about 3-4 weeks.