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Blueprint

Finca Tamana

Funky & Fruity

Medium Single Origins

Elias Roa Parra's Finca Tamana has been producing delicious coffees for years, but this is their first harvest with a Natural Process coffee. The results are delicious, with tons of berry flavor and a deep note of dark chocolate.

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Medium

Tasting Notes

Berry Fruit

Ripe Fruit

Milk Chocolate

Origin

Country Of Origin

Colombia

Sub Region

EL Pital, Huila

Process

Natural/Dry Processed
About the Roaster

Fiercely focused and admittedly obsessed, Blueprint puts each of its coffees through a rigorous quality control process. Founded in 2013 with the co-op mentality of collaboration, this roaster’s commitment is all in the name of ensuring every coffee meets its high standards and nothing leaves St. Louis unless it aces the test!

Location

St. Louis, MO

Fun Fact

Blueprint's logo often gets mistaken for a hexagon, but it’s actually a blueprint for a cube with a tetrahedron on the inside.

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About the Roaster

Blueprint

St. Louis, MO

Fiercely focused and admittedly obsessed, Blueprint puts each of its coffees through a rigorous quality control process. Founded in 2013 with the co-op mentality of collaboration, this roaster’s commitment is all in the name of ensuring every coffee meets its high standards and nothing leaves St. Louis unless it aces the test!
Fun Fact
Blueprint's logo often gets mistaken for a hexagon, but it’s actually a blueprint for a cube with a tetrahedron on the inside.