Ecuador Bosque de Marfil


Denver, CO

Ecuador Bosque de Marfil

Sweet & Tart

Full of complex fruit and deep brown sugar sweetness, this coffee is as marvelous as its name - which translates to Ivory Forest - makes it sound.
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    About the Roaster
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    Denver, CO
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    Fun Fact
    Huckleberry’s Head Roaster, Shelby, holds the 2019 US Roasting Champion title, so you can sip easy knowing your beans are well-pampered and roasted to perfection.
    Ecuador Bosque de Marfil
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    • Loja Province icon
      Sub Region
      Loja Province
    • 44 smallholder farmers, town of Puyango icon
      44 smallholder farmers, town of Puyango
    • 1,300 - 1,800 icon
      1,300 - 1,800
    • Bourbon, Caturra, Typica icon
      Bourbon, Caturra, Typica
    Roaster’s Notes
    Bosque de Marfil is Huckleberry’s first offering from Ecuador, and it’s a super sweet kickoff for this new-to-us origin. Black cherry, green apple, and molasses flavors dominate a complex, but sweet and comforting cup. Bosque de Marfil is the name of a forest in the center of Ecuador’s southernmost Loja province, and the 44 farmers who produce this coffee call the Bosque de Marfil home.

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