Internationally certified. Grown by the Tairona Indigenous
Community In the Sierra Nevada, Santa Marta.
The plantation is in the selva.
Altitude: 1600 m
Harvest: April to July
Tasting notes: mild full-bodied taste with fruit tones
Plantation grows coffee and Red fruits/ Cacao/ Vanilla
In the Valle de Cauca, South Colombia
Altitude: 1260 m
Temperature 10 – 17 ºC / Soil: Clay and Clay-Gravel
Annual Rainfall: 1500 – 2000 mm
Harvest: November to February
Tasting notes: floral and vanilla taste of apricot, lively acidity with spicey chocolate tones that stays in the mouth. 1 International Prize Paris
Plantation grows coffee and cacao
in the Central Colombian Andes
Altitude: 1800 – 2000 m above sea level
Temperature 14 – 19 ºC / Soil: Clay
Harvest: April to July / October to December.
In the cup: Intense fragrance, fruity with a caramel tone, a good equilibrium between sharp acidity and a medium body.
Tasting notes: a strong full bodied coffee, regarded as one the premium coffees of Colombia. Winner of national and international prizes.
Plantation grows coffee and Orange/ Lime
In the Western Pacific Andes
Altitude: 1000 – 1850 m above sea level
Temperature (average) 19 ºC / Soil: Sandy Clay
Harvest: April to July / October to January
Tasting notes: red fruits, chocolate and mild nutty flavor with a medium and creamy body. 1 National Prize, Colombia
Plantation grows coffee and Red fruits/Cinnamon/Sugarcane
In the foothills of the Andes in Southern Colombia
Altitude: 1300 – 1800 m above sea level
Temperature (average) 19 oC / Soil: Volcanic Ash
Harvest: March to June / October to December
Tasting notes: fragrant, orange, spices and chocolate, a good equilibrium between acidity and a medium body, clear taste
5 National prizes, Colombia