Giorgia: Hi folks. Giorgia here from Timely with an update for subscribers. You're receiving coffee from Jose Ordoñez this week. So this coffee comes from the Bruselas municipality in the Huila Department of Colombia, and Jose grows coffee on his four-hectare farm, Buenavista. He grows about 3000 coffee trees here. And of those 3000 trees, he's got nine different coffee varieties. Now, this specific lot is a bit special because it is made up entirely of Wush Wush coffee variety. Now, Wush Wush is a variety that is naturally derived in Ethiopia, so it's not naturally occurring in Colombia. Jose actually went and purchased the seeds himself and he planted them at his farm and cultivated the coffee. Wush Wush is very well known for having an exceptional quality, and this specific coffee is a testament to that because it's super delicious. Aside from growing coffee, Jose also grows maize, he grows citrus, he grows banana at a commercial level on his farm. And not only is this good for supplementing his income, it's also good for the biodiversity of the farm. It positively impacts not only the coffee trees but also his other crops as well. We assigned the colour moss green to this coffee, this dark green kind of colour. That means that we think that the defining characteristic of this coffee is that it is crisp. So you'll notice a really, really pronounced and really complete sort of acidity to this coffee, which is the shining sort of virtue of this coffee. We've got notes of shortbread, lemon, hazelnut; it's still very sweet, but it's really the acidity that makes this coffee what it is. So that's all I got for you, this week's folks. I really hope you enjoy this coffee from Jose Ordoñez, and I'll see you next time. Thanks very much. Arabica, but. Oh, I was. I was good. That that sort of genetic a little bit special because for as maize, corn and beans there's maize and corn and it also grows banana citrus and what citrus.