Colombia Honey Aponte Hugo Agreda - Honey Process

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  • Process Method Honey Process
  • Cultivar Caturra Types, Bourbon Types, Typica Types, Modern Hybrids

Colombia Honey Aponte Hugo Agreda

Impactful fruits at a wide range of roasts, with juicy body and sweetness. Fruits range from syrupy canned plum, to bright raspberry and hibiscus teas, with bright and tangy hints of red berries and rhubarb pie. City to Full City.

Score: 88.5

Full Cupping Notes

Experience the warmth of Hugo Agreda's microlot honey coffee from Aponte, Nariño. Nestled in the misty paramó region at a high altitude of 2200 meters, Hugo's small 1-hectare farm cultivates Caturra and Castillo varieties amidst the rich heritage of the Inga people, descendants of the Incas. Despite challenges, such as the allure of illegal poppy crops, Hugo remains dedicated to coffee cultivation, hoping to inspire future generations to continue the tradition. In this remote region, coffee processing is an art handled by individual producers, resulting in unique flavor profiles. Hugo's honey processing method, preserving the fruit mucilage, infuses this coffee with delightful fruity notes, offering a taste of the region's rich terroir and cultural heritage. Discover the essence of Aponte in every sip of this exceptional coffee.