Region: Valle del Cauca
Farm: Finca Inmaculada; Las Nubes
Elevation: 1900-2000 masi
Drying Process: Natural
Body: Silky body
Cupping Notes: chocolate, red wine, citrus, caramel
This is a “natural” or dry-processed coffee, meaning the beans were dried inside the fruit, encouraging a flavor profile that is sweeter and deeper-toned than the more familiar wet-processed profiles of Colombia. A fantastic, nuanced cup of coffee that shows off the distinct microclimate of the growing region. A melding of the fruity traditional African coffee with the brighter, broader Colombian coffee. Truly a treat.
Discovered in 1940, the Sudan Rume is a variety of the arabica coffee that was once found in a wild state in the forests of the inter tropical mountains of Marsabit in the Boma Plateau in Africa, in the south east of Sudan. This variety is known to be resistant to the coffee cherry disease.
We are offering this to our customers first before we advertise to the general public. There are less than 100 bags available, so order now or forever wonder.
I bought two of the small bags of "special" coffee. The other I wasn't crazy about, but this one is one of the best I have had from JJ! So good.
The coffee is very bold. The acid blends beautifully producing a very enjoyable full mouth experience. The coffee is unique. I enjoyed it very much. Bravo!!!
What a wonderful coffee it has beautiful under tones it is perfect fully roasted, a true pleasure to drink
The Sudan Rume is one of the best coffees I’ve tasted! Up there with Jamaican Blue Mountain and Kona. A really smooth aftertaste that last a long time. Going to order more.
Finca Inmaculada Sudan Rume is my new found favorite varietal. It takes a true roast master to do a bean justice and Jimmy's Java has done so with the Sudan Rume. It really gave me a new outlook on how the variety of coffee beans affects the flavor. Geisha has always been a favorite variety of mine but Sudan Rume is now fighting for the number 1 spot in my mind for "The best coffee." This coffee has a flavor that is unlike any other coffee I've ever experienced. It's very difficult to explain the actual flavor notes and mouthfeel it has that would do it the justice it deserves. Very few coffees will actually get my attention for the price Sudan Rume goes for at 8oz but this is one of the few and it even surprises me that it's not more expensive, given the rarity and flavor explosion. However, I'd rather it not be more expensive, for the record!