"Kochere isn't a heavy bodied coffee but it's a really complex coffee in flavour. Peach, Orange & Lemon. It's a versatile coffee - I think you can brew it any way and you'll be happy with it."
- Joseph Angellotti,
Roaster & Owner
"One word I would use to describe this coffee: monster. A perfumed and fiercely sweet compote of fruit."
- Phil Robertson,
"It’s got that deeper, darker fruit – typical of Columbia. What I like is the acidity is really nice, it’s clean, sweet and stands out in the finish."
- Steve Souphanthong,
Roaster & Owner
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That skin on the fruit of the coffee cherry, also known as the coffee husk (‘husk’ or ‘skin’ translated in Spanish is Cascara, hence the name) is usually either a wasted product of coffee production or used as a fertilizer.
However it can actually make quite a tasty beverage.