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. Click Here to read more.

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    Hiking near Rio Penderisco in Urrao visiting farmers whose coffee we purchased

    Colombia Arroyo Chuscal

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    A farmer delivers his coffee by horse at the association in Buesaco town
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    Walking from one drying room to the next, Buesaco
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    A view of Caicedo town from the road in
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    A shot of "El Hato" taken on our way to the main road leading out of Inzá, Cauca
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    A typical "Parabolico" coffee drying room in Inzá region
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    Robinson Pillimué at Palomos del Sur, Inzá
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    The Rio Paez from the road above - Inzá, Cauca

    Colombia Inzá Rio Paez

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    Parabolic drying room at a farm in San Antonio, Inzá
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    These 20 coffees represent 1 of 6 or 7 tables cupped on that particular day in Inzá
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    Typical enclosed drying room in Colombia. This particular dryer is just outside La Palmera, Inzá.
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    Raul Hector lays out newly depulped and fermented coffee to dry in his covered drying room, San Francisco Alta, La Plata.
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    Looking down on the Joven family farm from a neighboring plot just above
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    Setting up table after table of fresh harvest samples at the association in Buesaco
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