Think: mixed berries, honey, and red apple
Gildardo Martinez and his family live in the Municipality of Tablón de Gomez. However, their true identity lies with the indigenous community of which they are part, which is the Inga. They are located in the towns of Aponte and Paramo, deep in the Juanambú canyon. Gildardo has processed this small lot using the honey method. In this case, the coffee was pulped and then dried before being washed. The intense fermentation process that occurs when coffee is dried without removing the mucilage leads to a cup profile of intense red fruit. In the cup you will find lush notes of mixed berries, honey, and red apple.