Colombia Tolima San Pedro
There's a lot to like about this Colombian. First is that it's one of those tastes stronger than it's roasted coffees so those with aversions to light roasts almost dont need to worry. However if you're familiar with light roasted Colombian you know this is slightly par for the course when buying specialty Colombians as there's so much to unpack due to the quality of the soil, processing, and sheer elevations of Colombian coffee. The highs can reach as high as some Africans and that's saying a lot. The lows are what you find in WAWA's and Costco's with the 5lb "Colombian supremo" buckets. I'm placing a flag in the ground so drinkers know what's going on here. It's not the latter category but the essence of what colombian's can produce in the most general sense is fairly well established.
In general up front it's got a lot of character and when it cools to room temp it really, really open up. When it's hot there's a lot of brown sugar and cookie like elements. When it cools the raspberry and crisp and clean finish occurs. It really flies down your tongue like a cup of water which I found to be fairly shocking. All in all I'm happy to have a Colombian on the offerlist and if you had to pin me down for the best coffee we're sending to wholesale I'd say this one is it.
This makes for an excellent light roasted single origin espresso option if you have the equipment.