COLOMBIA TATAMA #1068
The Chocolate Syrup Colombian
By Seven Coffee Roasters
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- Roasted by Seven Coffee Roasters
- Origin(s): Colombian
- Tastes: Cherry, Chocolate, Cedar
- Process: Washed
- Good for: Espresso
Ready to get cozy? Colombia Tatama, the new, limited lot from Seven Coffee Roasters, is a taste of pure autumn magic. These beans are roasted to a robust medium level, for a smooth, easy-to-drink cup that’s full of bold flavor. Tatama is light-bodied, but creamy, like you’ve stirred in a spoonful of dark chocolate syrup. Smoky, aromatic cedar adds that perfect note of fall woodsiness, and a hint of black cherry keeps it all in balance. Paired with Seven’s rugged roasting style, this cup is a bold take on everything we love about Colombian coffee— available now for a limited time!
It’s a rare treat to enjoy a single origin coffee with a more developed roast profile. This one is robust and flavorful, with sweet, bold notes of chocolate syrup, cedar, and black cherry. Reserve a bag of the limited-lot Colombia Tatama today, roasted to perfection from our friends at Seven Coffee Roasters. Whenever the leaves start falling… you’ll be ready!
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