Driftwood (Colombia El Ata)
Caramel, Almond, Stone Fruit
Leaning towards the lighter side of roasts, this Colombian beauty is all toasty almond, caramel richness and bright stone fruit. The “house” Colombian coffee of Darkwoods, it’s a staple for very good reason. Exceptional across all methods, you'll find yourself drifting back to it, time and time again.
1650 - 1900 ft
"El Ata is our house Colombian coffee, grown in the shadow of the majestic Nevada del Huila, by the banks of the meandering Ata River. It’s the river and the rich volcanic soils, along with the skills of the farmers, that help make this such an exceptional coffee."
Dark Woods pride themselves on their careful approach to roasting, which seeks to really hero a delicious array of flavours. As a result, their award winning speciality portfolio spans a broad gamut of methods and preferences. There’s something for all coffee lovers to discover with this Leeds coffee roaster. Picturesque is an understatement when it comes to describing the home of Leeds based Dark Woods. The hint is in their name—the roastery is snugly situated between ancient woods and dramatic moorlands in a river-side Victorian ex-textile mill. Their vintage Probat drum roaster is primarily graced with speciality grade beans with cleaner more distinctive flavours, which span a broad spectrum of flavours and methods. Plus, they're B Corp certified so it’s good vibes all round.