OHenry’s is about to be the only coffee house in the nation to offer one-of-a-kind Colombian coffee — but only for a short time.
Owners Randy and Mary Adamy, along with with two of OHenry’s leaders, traveled to La Palma y El Tucan, a world-class coffee farm in Colombia. They spent four days there picking coffee cherries and sorting them.
“Grown at 1700 meters on a steep mountainside, this coffee is very bright and crisp in the cup,” the company said in a statement. “OHenry’s produced it as a lighter roast to preserve the natural, honey-like sweetness. Guests can expect tasting notes of jasmine in the aroma and fruit characteristics of blackberries and peaches on the palate.”