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Ecuador Bosque de Marfil

Huckleberry

Ecuador Bosque de Marfil

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.
$23.55
|12 oz.
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    About the Roaster
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    Location
    Denver, CO
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    Fun Fact
    Huckleberry’s Director of Education and Quality Control David Fasman discovered his passion during a trip to the Middle East over a roadside cup of Turkish coffee.
    Details
    Ecuador Bosque de Marfil
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      Process
      Washed
    • Loja Province icon
      Sub Region
      Loja Province
    • 44 smallholder farmers, town of Puyango icon
      Producer
      44 smallholder farmers, town of Puyango
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      Elevation
      1300 - 1800
    • Bourbon, Caturra, Typica icon
      Variety
      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.