One of the things I really love about the Ortiz family, is that they have this clock in their home:
Which is just amazing. I need to know where I can get one.
Secondly, Robinson and the Ortiz family have been farming coffee for generations. It's only in the last 5 years that Robinson has changed his focus to specialty coffee. In that time, he's worked hard to plant some amazing coffee and also process it right there on his farm. He has several drying racks he's built out as well as the roof of his house for drying coffee. If you're not sure what that's all about, check out the video below.
Lastly, if you're not fluent in Spanish, "Girasol" means sunflower. So the jute bags that we received from them has a beautiful sunflower printed on it.
We're still experimenting with this coffee, but as of right now, I'm definitely enjoying this coffee in an Aeropress. My current method is the inverted Aeropress. Plus, I've been backpacking a bit and using my Aeropress Go, so I'll stick with that recipe for now: