As one of the finest premium Colombian coffees, Medellin Supremo coffee is known to be full or medium in body with a rich, sweet taste and complex acidity. A very well-balanced coffee, Supremo is also known for its pleasant aroma.
Coffee connoisseurs note that Colombian Supremo coffee is bright enough to enjoy in the morning (e.g., with a Medium Roast) while also rich enough to serve in the evening (e.g., Dark Roast). Medellin Supremo coffee is comparable to Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee though with a higher level of acidity. Medellin Coffee is one of the principal Milds.
Medellín, the "City of Eternal Spring," is the second-largest city in Colombia and the capital of the department of Antioquia—the birthplace of coffee in Colombia and still its largest growing region. Coffees from Antioquia are known for their medium body and cup profiles that are typically not as fruity or winey as those from other regions. Rather, it produces a smooth, well-balanced cup that can be enjoyed any time of day.