With an Agtron number of 76, Flight Coffee Co.’s Colombia Asobombo Inza is a light roast coffee that allows the sweet notes found in the bean to shine through. Light roast coffees include subtle flavors, a light body, and a crisp acidity.
Grown in South America, Flight Coffee Co.’s Colombia Asobombo Inza provides a mild and light cup that is sweeter than a lot of other coffee brands, offering a less acidic taste and a hint of nut with hints of chocolate and cream.
With the addition of berries from the Caturra tree, Flight Coffee Co.’s Colombia Asobombo Inza coffee has a bright acidity. The coffee is both fruity and bright compared to coffees made solely from the Arabica plant.
Flight Coffee Co.’s Colombia Asobombo Inza is processed using a special method known as the Wet-hulled coffee processing method. Wet-hulled processed coffees are known for their extremely rich and strong body, but devoid of sweetness and with really low acidity. They may have a slight tobacco profile, but when we think of wet-hulled coffees, we think of average, inconsistent flavors. A very humid environment makes this method ideal. While the intense flavor of wet-hulled coffee isn’t for everyone, it makes for an interesting single-origin coffee for adventurous coffee drinkers.
Colombia Asobombo Inza coffee is sourced from Cauca, Colombia, where the coffee beans are roasted carefully in order to produce some of the best coffee beans you can find on the market. The team behind Flight Coffee Co. also features roasters who have a lot of experience and are very passionate about coffee, which reflects in the quality of the beans. To know more about Flight Coffee Co. you can call them on their number 603-836-6228 or visit their website www.flightcoffeeco.com.