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Colombian Supremo Coffee Beans

Original price $16.00 - Original price $46.00
Original price
$16.00 - $46.00
Current price $16.00

From the coffee bean farms of Supremo Huila, our single-origin Colombian Supremo coffee beans are smooth to taste with hints of citrus, nuts and spice. This is a decadent creamy cup bursting with flavours of butterscotch toffee, cocoa and soft notes of blackcurrant and orange.

REGION/AREA: Hulia Department, Middle Zone, San Augustin, COLOMBIA



About Colombian Supremo Coffee Beans

Colombian Supremo coffee beans are recognised by coffee enthusiasts as being amongst the best on earth. These beans are grown in the San Augustin region of Colombia, which is located in the Huila department. One of the most famous coffee farms in the area is the Supremo Hulia coffee farm, which produces some of the highest-quality beans in the region.

The San Augustin region is located in the Andes mountain range, which provides ideal growing conditions for coffee. The region's high altitude, rich volcanic soil, and the perfect combination of sun and rain create an environment that is ideal for coffee bean cultivation. These conditions result in coffee beans that are known for their unique flavour profile and exceptional quality.

Colombian Supremo coffee beans are grown from the Coffea Arabica plant, which is known for its high-quality beans. These beans are larger than other Arabica beans, which is one of the reasons they are referred to as "Supremo." They are also characterized by their bright acidity, medium body, and diverse flavour profile.

The Supremo Hulia coffee farm where MYLK's Colombian Supremo Coffee Beans are sourced has been in operation for over 100 years and is known for its dedication to producing high-quality beans. The farm's location in the Andes mountain range provides ideal growing conditions for coffee and uses sustainable farming practices to ensure that the beans are grown in an environmentally friendly way. This includes using organic fertilizers and limiting the use of pesticides and other chemicals. The farm also works closely with local communities to promote economic development and social responsibility.

The coffee beans are carefully harvested and processed to ensure that they maintain their signature flavour of citrus, nuts and numerous spices. The beans are handpicked to ensure that only the ripest cherries are used, and then they are carefully washed and dried. This process helps to remove any impurities and ensure that only the highest-grade beans are used.

Once the beans have been harvested and processed, they are roasted to bring out their unforgettable flavour profile. Colombian Supremo coffee beans are typically roasted to a medium-light to medium-dark level to preserve their delicate flavours and aromas. They are versatile and can be brewed using a variety of methods, including drip, French press, and pour-over.

How to Serve

When it comes to serving Colombian Supremo coffee, it's best to enjoy it black or with just a splash of milk. The unique flavour of these beans from northwestern South America can be easily masked by sugar or other sweeteners, so it's best to avoid adding these to your coffee if you want to fully appreciate its variety of flavours.


The ideal growing conditions in the Andes mountain range provide an environment that is perfect for coffee cultivation, and the dedication to quality and sustainable farming practices at the Supremo Hulia coffee farm ensures that the beans are of the highest quality. Whether you're a coffee lover or a professional barista, Colombian Supremo coffee beans are a top choice for those who appreciate a delicate, yet complex flavour profile.

Home Brewing Guide

Espresso machine
With ground coffee (fine grind advised), fill your portafilter with approx. 7 grams for a single shot, and 18-21 grams for a double shot. Gently tamp down to make smooth and even.

Stovetop Percolator/ Espresso Maker
Add approximately 20 grams of ground coffee (fine grind advised) to the pot's filter basket and shake to settle the grounds evenly before starting. No need to tamp down hard when filling the basket.

French Press
Best results are with a course, even grind. As a guide, start with a 1:12 coffee-to-water ratio.

Pour Over
We recommend ground coffee of a thicker coarseness. For blends, approximately 30 grams of coffee. With single origin coffee, try approximately 22 grams for every 350 grams of water.

Grading, Cupping & Scores

Specialty Coffee often has references to coffee grading and coffee cupping scores.

How is Coffee Graded?
Coffee beans are graded to judge the relationship between coffee beans with imperfections and the resulting coffee’s quality. Coffee is rated on a scale of one to five based on the number of defects in the beans. Examples of primary defects include sour beans, a pod or cherry, or stones or sticks found in the batch. Secondary defects can include husk, broken or chipped beans, or damage as a result from insects.

Grade 1 coffee is considered Specialty Coffee. To classify as a Grade 1 specialty coffee, both the beans and resulting cup must be tested, assessed and reviewed. Specialty coffee beans may only have up to 3 full defects and must be consistent in size during review. Beans must also display uniqueness in one or more either taste, acidity, body, and/or aroma.

What is coffee cupping, and why is it important for specialty coffee?
Coffee cupping is the process used by coffee producers, buyers, and graders to evaluate coffee aroma and flavour profile. As part of the cupping process, freshly roasted beans are immersed in hot water, ensuring all grounds are fully wet and left to steep for 3-5 minutes. The cup is then stirred, and any foam is removed before cooling. Cupping, coffee professionals, and roasters review each cup in multiple categories including fragrance/aroma, flavour, aftertaste, acidity, body, balance, uniformity, clean cup, sweetness, defects, and overall.

What is a good score when cupping coffee?
Cupping scores are the scores assigned to a cup based on a cupping evaluation of the brew. Coffee that scores 80 points or above is considered specialty coffee, and anything less than 80 points is not considered specialty coffee. For specialty coffees scoring more than 80 points, additional levels of quality continue to differentiate coffee. Specialty Coffee that achieves a cupping score of 90 or more is considered truly exceptional!