Ethiopia Landrace is a genetic group of Arabica coffee trees, which were varieties adapted for t Some of these seeds were introduced in Huila Colombia.
Process description: Harvesting of ripe cherries, removal of floaters and washing with hypochlorite to eliminate impurities and bacteria. Cherries are oxidized for 24 hours, to fix the fruit flavors present in the pulp, enhancing the sweetness. The cherries are depulped and then controlled fermentation follows. The leachates released by the coffee cherry in the first phase of processing are added. The pulped coffee is processed in a rotary bioreactor that allows the homogenization of the coffee mass and yeast generating a more consistent and cleaner profile. To fix the precursors generated in the first phase, a rapid initial drying is carried out to seal the pores of the coffee seeds and reduce the escape of volatile precursors. Followed by a homogeneous drying that retains the organoleptic characteristics developed in the fermentation. Coffee is then stabilized for a period of 2 weeks in plastic bags.