Colombia is the second largest arabica producing country in the world, with unique bonus of offering fresh crops all year round. This Colombian coffee has a medium-body, chocolate, nuty flavors, with a clean and sweet aftertaste.
Process: Washed I Varietal: Typica, Caturra
Region: Antioquia, Kolumbia I Alt.: 1500m
The Guerra family’s farm is located near the southern border of the Antioquia Department in Colombia’s central region. The family’s coffee plantations occupy only part of their land in the Farallones del Citará mountains. 150 hectares are dedicated to the cultivation of coffee, while about 220 hectares are made up of native forest destined to the preservation of the region’s precious ecosystem. The third generation of the Guerra family, Alfonso’s son, Juan Carlos Guerra, is now gradually taking over business and decisively changing the course of the finca. He’s a Qgrader who really understands specialty coffee, and he’s applying what he learned on his own farm by investing in microlots and specialty grade production.
|Fajta||Whole bean coffee|
|Roast level||Light roast|