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Let your taste buds take flight with Daylight Coffee Roaster's "Heart of the Wind." This exceptional Colombian bean awakens the senses with a symphony of flavours, transporting you to the sun-kissed Andes mountains.

Dark chocolate notes melt into caramelized brown sugar, while a burst of zesty orange playfully intertwines with delicate floral aromas. The unique double fermentation process creates a symphony of taste, leaving a lingering sweetness that will have you craving another sip.

Roast Strength
Medium-Dark
Flavour Notes
Chocolate, brown sugar, orange,
flowers; citric acidity and rounded body
Origin Apia, Risaralda, Colombia


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Why is this blend called "Heart of the Wind"

A: The blend is called "Heart of the Wind" because of Apia's unique geographic location. Strong winds from the Pacific coast cool the evenings, and the high altitude and proximity to the Andes mountains create a distinct climate. These conditions contribute to the slower maturation of coffee beans, resulting in a sweeter and more balanced flavor profile.

What is the double fermentation process of this bean?

A: Double fermentation is a technique that involves two fermentation stages. The first occurs before the coffee beans are pulped, while the second takes place after pulping in tanks for 24 hours each. This process results in coffee with a cleaner, brighter, and more intense flavour profile, along with longer-lasting tasting notes. After fermentation, the coffee is washed, dried on patios, and monitored until it reaches the optimal moisture level.

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Let your taste buds take flight with Daylight Coffee Roaster's "Heart of the Wind." This exceptional Colombian bean awakens the senses with a symphony of flavours, transporting you to the sun-kissed Andes mountains.

Dark chocolate notes melt into caramelized brown sugar, while a burst of zesty orange playfully intertwines with delicate floral aromas. The unique double fermentation process creates a symphony of taste, leaving a lingering sweetness that will have you craving another sip.

Roast Strength
Medium-Dark
Flavour Notes
Chocolate, brown sugar, orange,
flowers; citric acidity and rounded body
Origin Apia, Risaralda, Colombia


View more coffees by local WA roaster Daylight Coffee Roasters!

 Did you know all our coffee beans are available as a coffee subscription and the best bit you get a 5% discount! ☕️ 

Buy your coffee beans online now and save!

Elevate your coffee experience with Perth Coffee Exchange, your go-to destination for the best coffee beans in Perth

 

Why is this blend called "Heart of the Wind"

A: The blend is called "Heart of the Wind" because of Apia's unique geographic location. Strong winds from the Pacific coast cool the evenings, and the high altitude and proximity to the Andes mountains create a distinct climate. These conditions contribute to the slower maturation of coffee beans, resulting in a sweeter and more balanced flavor profile.

What is the double fermentation process of this bean?

A: Double fermentation is a technique that involves two fermentation stages. The first occurs before the coffee beans are pulped, while the second takes place after pulping in tanks for 24 hours each. This process results in coffee with a cleaner, brighter, and more intense flavour profile, along with longer-lasting tasting notes. After fermentation, the coffee is washed, dried on patios, and monitored until it reaches the optimal moisture level.

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