Variety: Castillo 95%, Colombia 2%, Caturra 3%
Process: Sugarcane Decaf
Altitude: 1750 m.a.s.l
Producer: Various Small Farmers
Notes: Milk Chocolate, Marzipan, Raisin, Raspberry
During the 1800s, travelers from Bogota settled in Cundinamarca and planted the first coffee trees in the region. To these settlers, coffee was more than just a crop, it was an opportunity to ward off an era of insecurity and uncertainty.
Coffee remains an important crop for Cundinamarca. It has improved the socio-economic condition of the region and employs an immense number of workers.
Coffee plants found ideal living conditions throughout the Eastern Andean range, and to a smaller extent on the slopes of the Llanos Orientales (Eastern Plains). Boundless biodiversity and generous ecosystems yielded diverse coffee terroirs. These elements along with eco-friendly coffee producers allowed coffee to grow and flourish in predominantly shade systems.
78% of our customers who bought this coffee also purchased Honduras Pacativa.
Note: To ensure the highest quality, all coffee is roasted-to-order.