Narino coffees are known for their crisp, vibrant flavors, and Los Rosales meets the criteria. Caramel-like sweetness and a round bass structure permeate the profile.
Altitude: 1700-2100 MASL
Varietal: Caturra, Castillo, Typica, Colombia
Los Rosales is a Colombian specialty coffee grown in the department of Narino. The region is very proximate to the Pacific Ocean, which makes a big climate influence to the area. Narino, especially the municipalities of Buesaco and Tablon de Gomez, are known for the great specialty coffee that they produce.
The region has cool nights, and warm days, which slows the coffee maturation, achieving a distinct sweetness. Its name comes from the beautiful roses that are grown in the farms which influence on their sweet and heady flavors.