Nuestros granos proveen de estes lugares excepcionales de Colombia.
Finca Los Naranjos
Taste: brown sugar loaf (panela) and cantelope
Body: velvety and round
Aroma and fragrance: grape and red wine
Aftertaste: chocolate and nut
Sweetness: brown sugar loaf (panela)
Grown in the green hills near Caicedo, Antioquia, around 10,800 coffee plants with a variety Caturra and Bourbon plants grow at the Los Naranjos farm at an elevation of 1,850 m (6,069 ft.).
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Finca Tamana is a 60 hectare farm set in the southern mountains near Pitalito in the Huila department. The plants are a mix of 80% Caturra and 20% Castillo, and they grow at an elevation of 1,433 m (4,700 ft.).
Finca Campo Alegre
Taste: yellow fruits
Body: round, juicy
Aroma and fragrance: fruity, caramelized
Acidity: grapefruit, pronounced
Sweetness: medium, fruity
In the southern department of Huila, Finca Campo Alegre grows Caturra Arabica beans at an elevation of 1,700 m at an average temperature of 19 degrees C.
Taste: cocoa, lime, almond
Body: round, balanced
Aroma and fragrance: citrus, dried fruits
Aftertaste: long and persistent
Acidity: medium citrus and delicate
Sweetness: honey, sweet chocolate
The Buenavista farm, a coffee farm that does not use fungicides, is located 71 km (44 miles) west of Bogotá at an elevation of 1,770 m (5,807 ft.).