Giorgia: Hi everyone. Giorgia here from Timely with a quick update for subscribers. You'll be receiving Coffee from Maria Teresa Paz this week. If you are a feature Coffee subscriber with Timely Now this Coffee was grown on Maria's farm, Santa Barbara and the farm is located in the El Tambo municipality of the Cauca Department in Colombia. This Coffee is predominantly a Castillo variety Coffee lot and we haven't spoken about Castillo variety before, so I thought this would be a good opportunity to touch on that briefly. So Castillo is a variety that was developed by Cenicafé, and Cenicafé is the Central Research Centre for Coffee in Colombia, and it was released originally in 2005. So it's been around for about 18 years. It was designed to combat coffee leaf rust. We've spoken about coffee leaf rust before. It's a foliar disease that attacks coffee plants and reduces the plant's capacity to photosynthesise, which means that the yields of the coffee cherries are reduced and then eventually the plants die. In terms of the coffee stature, it was designed to be very small and for the seeds to be very small as well. So it's very easy to maintain, it's very easy to grow and plant. Sometimes you can grow almost double the amount of Castillo variety coffee trees than you could for another coffee variety that might be larger. But yeah, that's a little bit about Castillo Variety Coffee We assigned the colour mint to this coffee, this light green kind of colour. That means that we think the defining characteristic of this coffee is that it is delicate. It's got a very, very pronounced acidity. So that's one of the things that you might notice when you drink this coffee. You'll notice here that we've got notes like grapefruit. So for me, the grapefruit is really the hero of this, this flavour experience. But yeah, that's all I got for you this week, folks. I really hope you enjoyed this coffee from Maria Theresa Paz. And yeah, I'll see you next week. Thanks very much. Which wreaks havoc. Oh, Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara, 2005. Santa Barbara. 15. 25. 15. 18. 18 years.