Sagada Arabica
Sweet, Nuts, Floral, Cocoa
600
 

About this coffee

ATTRIBUTES

Variety:
Sagada Arabica
Producer:
Various Smallholder Farmers
Elevation:
1,400 m.a.s.l
Processing:
Natural

TASTE NOTES

Sweet, Nuts, Floral, Cocoa

FLAVOR PROFILE

Cocoa Chocolate Nutty Peanuts Sweet Aromatics Overall Sweet Brown Sugar Black Tea Floral Jasmine Nutty/Cocoa Sweet Floral

ROAST LEVEL

Light
Medium
Very Dark

BREW METHODS

THE STORY

Sagada Arabica Coffee

Arabica coffee was introduced to Sagada in the late 1900s as the locals didn’t have much prior contact with the Spanish government not until the late 1850s. The coffee trees then said were spread to the northern areas by a Japanese immigrant who worked for the American missionaries in the village of Fidelisan.

Today, it is still rare to find Sagada arabica. Most of its production is only in the municipalities of Besao and Sagada in the Mount Province, mainly in the backyard and small-scale farms of the Sagada natives since the early 1900s, with some of its beans coming from century-old coffee trees.

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