— Ingrid Howard
OHenry’s is about to be the only coffee house in the nation to offer one-of-a-kind Colombian coffee — but only for a short time.
Owners Randy and Mary Adamy, along with with two of OHenry’s leaders, traveled to La Palma y El Tucan, a world-class coffee farm in Colombia. They spent four days there picking coffee cherries and sorting them.
“Grown at 1700 meters on a steep mountainside, this coffee is very bright and crisp in the cup,” the company said in a statement. “OHenry’s produced it as a lighter roast to preserve the natural, honey-like sweetness. Guests can expect tasting notes of jasmine in the aroma and fruit characteristics of blackberries and peaches on the palate.”
The small farm produced 300 pounds of coffee, which the company will divide amongst its five locations. But when it’s gone, it’s gone.
“Everyone has different tastes, but to our team, this coffee was be like finding the single best peach out of all the peaches on all the trees in Chilton County,” Randy Adamy said.
To get some of the unique coffee, customers can visit locations at Downtown Homewood, Brookwood Plaza Shopping Center, Regions Harbert Center, Highland Park and Downtown Tuscaloosa or online at ohenryscoffee.com.