Last days to order in time for Christmas
Order by 4pm (CDT) on Dec. 15 for UPS Ground | Order by 4pm (CDT) on Dec. 20 for USPS Priority Mail

Colombia Reserva del Patron Narino


Your Price $6.00
Volume Discounts
in pounds

Colombia Supremo Narino - Reserva del Patron

The Narino Reserva del Patron is back! This is another outstanding coffee from the folks at La Minita. This Supremo comes from Narino, the southernmost district of Colombia. Bright and fruity, yet very well balanced. It's "cherry-picked" (pardon the pun) from select, high-altitude plantations only. Only 6,000 bags a year are produced (out of a total Narino coffee production of over 150,000 bags). The prep is done to the highest Europrep standards. This is truly a quality coffee.

The Narino is a quintessential Colombian coffee. Excellent body, deep, rich. complex and bright. Fruity (currants and plums) overtones with a nice chocolate background, just a hint of earthiness and a long, satisfying finish. Narino coffees, over the years, have been my favorite Colombian origin, and this ranks right up there with the best of them.

Coffee Bean Matrix Attributes

  • Brightness:5
  • Body:4
  • Aroma:5
  • Complexity:5
  • Balance:5
  • Sweetness:4
  • Spicy:-
  • Chocolaty:heavy bean
  • Nutty:medium bean
  • Buttery:-
  • Fruity:heavy bean
  • Flowery:-
  • Winey:-
  • Earthy:medium bean

People Who Bought This Also Bought

Costa Rican Tarrazu - La Minita Estate
Costa Rica Tres Rios - La Magnolia SHB
Guatemala Antigua - La Flor del Cafe

Write a Review


Customer Reviews

Average Rating

by on February 3, 2011

This is my favorite coffee. A classic Colombian with wonderful flavor. When experimenting with various blends, this tends to be my base coffee. Roasting till the start of the second crack really brings out the richness. This is the only coffee I buy 25 pounds at a time.

Was this review helpful?

by on February 27, 2010

My advice: don't stop on 1st crack with this one. Most beans, I'm happy with the flavor anywhere between city roast and Vienna roast (1st and 2nd crack), and often happiest grinding a blend of the two roast levels. But this bean does not work for me on city roast. I'd characterize its flavor there as *sour* (not bitter), otherwise boring. But on Vienna, it comes to life, with wonderful Colombian flavor, smooth and deep.

Was this review helpful?

by on February 21, 2008

Great smell, from the roast to grind to the pot. Also forgiving roast. I have roasted from first crack to expresso and the flavor is always interesting. Great after taste and sets well in the pot (up to two hours)

Was this review helpful?

by on November 12, 2014

I have started to play with this one... when i roasted into the first crack as it just started i ran it through my little espresso machine and shared for sunday brunch... my friend made the comment: it taste like tobacco. and the more i think about it she was right ... not like copenhagen, but kind of like how a polain tobacco cigarette smells... it has been a long time since i have smelled one ... but still it is not in a bad way, but i keep0 enjoying cup after cup. Thank you CBC

Was this review helpful?

New coffee releases and special deals

Please Wait... processing