Tabi means "good" in the aboriginal Guambiano language. It was the correct name for this coffee beans variety given by Cenicafe, the Colombian coffee research institute after 25 years of research and selection of the best specimens of progenitors.
Tabi specialty coffee beans were developed using the hybrid of Timor and the varieties Borbón and Typica, which are tall plants and mainly produced in areas of less rain and more direct sun.
Coming from a Borbón lineage, Tabi offers a distinctive dried fruital acidity (expect blackberry notes to it), which balances the sweetness with its cacao notes. It is rich and complex, and even with hints of hazelnuts topped with a delightful caramel finish.