Tripping Thiago / Brazil X Colombia / Chocolate, Fudge, Cheery / Espresso
Tripping Thiago Brazil X Columbia blend. Our sweet and syrupy “Tripping Thiago” blend is a mix of 75% Brazil Santa Izabel & 25% Colombia Asociación de Mujeres Caficultoras del Cauca, with notes of chocolate, fudge and cherry.
The Brazil component imparts the blends with chocolate and syrup features, and the Columbia component which undergoes an anaerobic natural process, highlights notes of fudge and cherry.
Santa Izabel is located in the south of Minas region of Brazil 1,150m above sea level and is a sustainable, world-class coffee bean producer with a Rainforest Alliance Certification. The farm has 766 acres of the land dedicated to coffee production and has over 175 acres of natural reserve area.
Fazenda Santa Izabel adopts good socio- environmental practices to help preserve the quality of each crop, as well as courses and workshops for small producers in the region, strengthening their ties and helping them to get the best price for their produce.
Colombia Asociación de Mujeres Caficultoras del Cauca
The Association of Women Coffee Growers of Cauca, (Asociación de Mujeres Caficultoras del Cauca) or AMUCC as they are also referred to are a non profit organisation based in the south of Colombia, in Popoyan, Cauca. Formed in 2012 through a collaboration between the FNC and the University of Cauca the project basically focuses on consolidating a Centre for research, promotion and social innovation to promote regional development, implement an educational strategy relevant to social innovation and regional development, propose socio-territorial strategies for the construction of social and solidarity economies in the Cauca, and design agroecological systems in accordance with regional diversity.
A producer association with 143 women across 246 hectares between them, who live within the municipalities of Popayán, El Tambo, Cajibío, Piendamo, Morales, Caldono, Timbío, La sierra and La Vegao in the department of Cauca, Colombia.