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COLOMBIA

COLOMBIA

Grown in high altitudes and diverse microclimate, the coffee is famous for its smooth, balanced flavor and pleasant acidity

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  • ORIGIN

    COLOMBIA

  • ELEVATION

    1100-2000M

  • PROCESS

    NATURAL

  • BEAN TYPE

    ARABICA

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KNOW ABOUT YOUR COFFEE

  • Coffee has been grown in Colombia since the early 1800s, when the first coffee plants were brought to the country from the French Antilles. Initially, coffee production in Colombia was focused on the northern region of the country, but it soon spread to other areas as well.

    By the early 1900s, coffee had become a major export for Colombia, and the country was one of the largest producers of coffee in the world. The Colombian government recognized the importance of the coffee industry and began implementing policies to support its growth and development.

    In Colombia, coffee is not just a commodity, it is an integral part of the country's cultural heritage. The coffee-growing regions of Colombia are often located in rural areas, and many communities depend on coffee production for their livelihoods. Coffee farming in Colombia is characterized by small-scale, family-owned farms that often use traditional, sustainable farming methods.

    One of the key factors that makes Colombian coffee so unique is the country's diverse microclimates, which produce a wide range of flavor profiles. Colombian coffee is grown in three main regions: the Andes mountains, the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, and the Sierra Nevada del Cocuy. Each region has its own distinct growing conditions, altitude, soil, and climate, which contribute to the coffee's unique flavor.

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