Spring Bloom Filter Blend

Cupping Score: 85

Spring Bloom - a coffee that always tastes like spring! Already during the grinding process, the scent of orange blossoms rises to your nose. In the cup, the sweetness of melon and white chocolate is dominant. With a light floral finish.

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Weiße Schokolade, Melone, Orangenblüten
Brewing Method
French Press
Pour over
AeroPress, French Press, Chemex, Pour over
Sample Brewing Method
16g Kaffee, 250g Wasser, mittlerer Mahlgrad, in etwa 2,5 min Brühzeit

Dieser Blend bringt das Beste der Finca Morelia in die Tasse - geröstet für die Filterzubereitung.
Colombia + Caturra
1770 m üNN
Harvest year
Harvest time
Sept - Dez // Apr - Mai
Soil type
fruchtbare Böden
Wet mill location
auf der Farm
Drying time
25 Tage

Farm name
Finca La Morelia
Farmer name
Miller Walles Cruz
About the Farm
Miller erhebt für seine Farm den Anspruch die Qualitäten stets zu verbessern.
Producer type
Eigentümergeführte Farm
Other varieties planted on farm
Colombia, Bourbon
Length of relationship
neuer Partner
About this coffee

Spring Bloom - a coffee that always tastes of spring! The scent of orange blossoms wafts up your nose as soon as you grind it. In the cup, the sweetness of melon and white chocolate is dominant. With a light floral finish.

Our new Filter Blend brings the best of the Finca Morelia in Colombia into your cups: We blend two varieties for this in a 50:50 ratio, the Colombia and Caturra.

About the coffee

The espresso is 'white-honey-processed'. This means that the cherries are pulped and washed as in the 'red- and yellow-processed' method. The washing is more intensive in this process so that even less mucilago sticks to the beans at the end before they are placed in the sun to dry.

As a result, the beans show little or no discolouration and remain white even after drying. Thanks to this special process, a wonderful flavour combination of white chocolate, red grape and soft almond is created.

About the farm

Farmer Miller Walles Cruz decided 15 years ago to grow coffee instead of sugar cane. It is very important to him to preserve the natural biodiversity and to leave his land as untouched as possible. In the cold periods between harvests, he prepares the farm for the next season together with his family. In addition to his family, he also relies on travelling pickers who then harvest the ripest cherries and pays them about 1,000 pesos more per arroba (12.5 kilograms of cherry) than the usual price (COP 5,000-6,000).