Bird Rock Coffee - Colombia El Porvenir Tabi - 10 oz.
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Born and raised in San Agustin, Didier Anacona has worked in agriculture his entire life. Early in his career his focus was primarily on cultivating corn and plantains, staples of the region. Over time he became disillusioned by the harmful effects these crops have on the land he cares for. The required use of agrochemicals, high nutrient demand on the soil, and damage to other natural resources led Didier to explore alternative crops and ways of farming.

Didier began practicing organic farming techniques and replacing his crops of corn with coffee. By focusing on coffee production, he's able to reduce his use of agrochemicals and preserve native shade trees local to the region. These changes also allowed him to begin keeping bees, which assist with pollination of his and neighboring farms, while providing honey as a supplemental income.

Seven years ago Didier and his wife acquired the land they now call El Porvenir (which translates to "the future"). They chose this name as it represents their dreams and ambitions, as well as their professional progress. Here they live with their two children, and as a family they work together to grow coffee. Didier is incredibly proud of his farm and says that the bees are his best friends, as they bring life to the land and teach him how to preserve nature.

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Colombia El Porvenir Tabi

Roasts & Ships Monday and Thursday.

$24.00 / 10 oz.

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Characteristics

CHARACTERISTICS

ROAST

Medium-Light

BODY

Full, Sweet

ACIDITY

Vibrant

NOTES

Sugar Cane, Dark Cherry, Spiced Shortbread

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STORYarticle-shape

Born and raised in San Agustin, Didier Anacona has worked in agriculture his entire life. Early in his career his focus was primarily on cultivating corn and plantains, staples of the region. Over time he became disillusioned by the harmful effects these crops have on the land he cares for. The required use of agrochemicals, high nutrient demand on the soil, and damage to other natural resources led Didier to explore alternative crops and ways of farming.

Didier began practicing organic farming techniques and replacing his crops of corn with coffee. By focusing on coffee production, he's able to reduce his use of agrochemicals and preserve native shade trees local to the region. These changes also allowed him to begin keeping bees, which assist with pollination of his and neighboring farms, while providing honey as a supplemental income.

Seven years ago Didier and his wife acquired the land they now call El Porvenir (which translates to "the future"). They chose this name as it represents their dreams and ambitions, as well as their professional progress. Here they live with their two children, and as a family they work together to grow coffee. Didier is incredibly proud of his farm and says that the bees are his best friends, as they bring life to the land and teach him how to preserve nature.

Roaster Detail

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Estabilished:

2002

Owners:

Jeff Taylor Fred Polzin

Awards:

 2019 Good Food Awards Winner

Over Seventy 90+ Score reviews

15 95+ Scores

6 Coffees in Top 30 Coffees of the Year

20+ Golden Bean Awards

Good Food Awards Winner 2016/2017/2019

 2012 Micro Roaster of the Year - Roast Magazine

Featured in Forbes Top 12 Roasters in Country

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2019 Good Food Awards Winner

At Bird Rock Coffee Roasters, we focus on exceptional coffee first. We collaborate directly with our coffee producers so that we can guarantee all coffee is purchased ethically and at a fair price. Our mission has not changed since those early days. From the first steps of choosing beans grown with sustainable farming practices to using energy efficient roasting operations, Bird Rock is dedicated to the health of our planet. Great coffee doesn't happen by accident. We share our passion for great coffee with you because we believe once you know the effort, passion, knowledge and collaboration that is required to produce each and every great coffee, you will never look at coffee the same way again.

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