Counter Culture
Pompilo Garcia Luna

Roaster Location: Flag of United States Durham, North Carolina

4.00(1)

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Bean Source Country: Mexico
Bean Source Region: Oaxaca

Just outside the remote community of San Vicente Yogondoy, Pompilio Garcia Luna tends to a plot of the traditional coffee variety known as Pluma Hidalgo. This adaptation of the Typica varieties that were amongst the first coffee trees brought to the Americas Blend thrives on the steep slopes and in the lush shade canopy of the rugged Sierra Sur mountain range. Pairing this variety with Pompilio’s meticulous cherry selection and processing results in a prime example of a top quality Oaxacan coffee. We taste notes of nectarine and almond tied together with a honey-like sweetness.

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Latest Reviews and Tasting Notes

  • Ted Chan, Managing Editor

    995 roasts rated, avg score of 4.28

    4.00 - Average

    Found my old notes. A nice chocolatey, earthy coffee. Made good espresso and good pourover but not standout for either.
    Traits: chocolate earthy
    6 months ago · See more from Ted

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Bean Source Country: Mexico
Mexican specialty coffee is marked by its diverse growing regions, rich volcanic soil, and varied microclimates. These coffees often showcase mild acidity, medium body, and a range of flavors, including chocolate, nuts, and subtle fruit notes. Once treated as commodity beans, Mexico's shade-grown Arabica is benefitting from a more nuanced examination of its micro-terrain.
Bean Source Region: Oaxaca
Oaxacan coffee has lush mountains, rugged valleys, and fertile soils with altitudes of up to 2000 MASL. Oaxacan coffee has rich chocolate notes, nutty undertones, and delicate floral nuances, often complemented by subtle smoky or spicy notes.

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Counter Culture is a coffee roaster from Durham, NC United States. We have 32 cataloged roasts with 27 total reviews with a score of 4.34.

International Rank: #11 out of 580
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