Colombia is a diverse group of growing regions spread from North to South along the three "cordilleras," the mountain ranges that are the Northern extensions of the Andes. Colombian coffees can be outstanding. Most coffee, especially from the Southern growing areas of Huila, Cauca, Narino and Tolima, comes from small family farms, and when the picking and processing are done well they can be exceptional: Silky body, cane sugar sweetness, floral hints and traces of tropical fruits are found in the best Colombia coffees.
Finca El Porvenir has a balance of sweetness and acidity, a crowd-pleasing brewed coffee. The cup is defined by raw sugar sweetness, candied nut, and black tea. Acidity is malic, and with a slight bittering mouthfeel of Bosc pear. City+ to Full City+. SO Espresso.
Santa Rita is a crowd-pleasing cup, City+/Full City roasts showing raw sugar sweetness and black tea acidity. Faint apple notes show up as the cup cools, and the profile in the middle roast ranges achieves balance of bittersweetness and acidity. City+ to Full City+. Learn More