In episode 14 of Brew & Review, Mike and I drink more Tim Wendelboe coffee. Instead of focusing in on the roaster, or the farm, we decide to zero in on the coffee varietals. It’s so cool that the same farm grows different varieties of beans.
In this episode
Elias Roa is the farmer at Finca Tamana in the mountains near Pital, Colombia that shows great care for the entire growing and harvesting operation. We drank two coffee varietals roasted by Tim Wendelboe, courtesy of our friend Jon Langstrom:
Scott Laboratories was a research company that selected the SL 28 in 1935. Over forty trees of various origins were selected and studied. SL28 was originally selected from a single tree in what is now Tanzania. This coffee had flavor notes of:
a combination of Colombia and Caturra varietals. Colombia is a cross between Caturra and the Timor Hybrid, first released in 1982. Caturra is a natural mutation of the Bourbon variety. This coffee had flavor notes of:
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