Produced in the Fazenda Passeio, Sul de Minas at about 1000 meters above sea level. In the cup, it is low in acidity with a honey-like body complemented with a sweet aroma. It is often accompanied with a nutty flavor reminiscent of roasted almond and hazelnut with hints of cocoa.
This is probably the best-known Colombian coffee thanks to its particularly sweet taste; its name derives from the bean size. It is easily digestible, with its light and delicate taste, its medium acidity, and slightly nutty taste. Its mellow aroma and medium to full body makes it ideal for a mid-morning or mid-afternoon break.