Origin: Inzá, Cauaca, Colombia
Variety: Caturra, Typica
Elevation: 1700-2000 MASL
Flavour notes: Milk Choc, Red Apple, Sugarcane Sweetness
Inzá is a municipality located in a sacred valley that sits below the elevated mountains that separate Huila and Cauca. More than 14 centuries of history and tradition of native indigenous tribes make Inzá ones of Colombia’s richest archaeological treasures, home to the archaeological park of Tierradentro. These indigenous cultures chose Inza as their home because it is a place where many rivers converge, making this territory a fertile and magical place.
Espresso – ratio 1:2 (18g coffee to 36g espresso)
Filter – ratio 1:17 (15g coffee to 250g water)
About Wood St Coffee
Bringing specialty coffee to Walthamstow in the summer of 2013, Wood St Coffee started as a weekly pop up at Wood Street Market (hence the name). Spring 2014 brought the next big step and we opened four days a week on Orford Road in the village. Then, in the autumn of 2014, an opportunity came up at Blackhorse Workshop and it was time to find our new home. Owners Clare and Gareth Reid are proud to have finally put Walthamstow on the coffee map when Wood St Coffee was featured in The London Coffee Guide for the first time in January 2015.