No such user was found and is not associated with a Facebook / Google Account user.

Password recovery

The instructions for password recovery have been sent to your e-mail address.

Send
Back

Colombia

Colombia

Limited Editon El Agrado

Nicanor Valderrama is 27 years old, is a dentist and has been in the coffee growing business for the last 12 years.

His father bought a farm in Santander de Quilichao and gave him a small piece of land so Nicanor could produce his own coffee.

Nicanor is proud to say that the harvest from this year has been the most productive and with excellent quality. Only ripe cherries are picked and then fermented for 24 hours in mucilage.

I want this coffee!

  • Taste description
    body butter biscuit
    sweetness maple syrup
    acidity port wine
  • Region

    Cauca, Colombia

  • Farm

    El Agrado

  • Varietals

    Castillo

  • Production

    Washed method

  • Altitude

    2000 masl

Inga Aponte, Nariño

The farm of a local Native Colombian tribe is grown and harvested on the reservation by the local Inga tribe. Ingas represent one of the richest cultures in Colombia with their roots in the ancient Inka times. Ingas keep a close touch with the nearby tribes in the forests of Amazonas to carry on the ancient traditions while farming coffee. Coffee People has worked alongside with the tribe to help them take their production to a higher level and through this improve their economic welfare.

This coffee is honey process, which is an hybrid of natural and washed coffee. This method gives the coffee striking sweetness and good clarity with a medium-high acidity.

Taste that reminds of midsummer ripe cherry, coated with a thick layer of dark chocolate.

I want this coffee!

  • Taste description
    body velvety
    sweetness cocoa
    acidity black cherry syrup
  • Region

    Narino, Colombia

  • Farm

    Inga Aponte

  • Varietals

    Caturra

  • Production

    Honey Process

  • Altitude

    2150 masl

San Judas Tadeo

Luisa Francisca was born and raised in the farm. Her parents decided to buy San Judas Tadeo farm in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta to produce coffee and to give to her two daughters a beautiful childhood. When her father passed away, Luisa and her sister Alina decided to go back to the farm maintaining the tradition of coffee production. They had very difficult years in terms of violence, as in the region of the farm there were many illegal groups and guerrillas. 
Luisa and Alina decided to start producing specialty coffee six years ago. That is why, they decided to partner up with Manuel Matta a technician in specialty coffee production in this region of Colombia. Luisa and Alina are very happy with the great results.

  • Taste description
    body pine nut
    sweetness caramel
    acidity red apple
  • Region

    Colombia, Ciénaga

  • Farm

    San Judas Tadeo

  • Varietals

    Castillo

  • Production

    Natural

  • Altitude

    1510 masl

Popayan

Cauca is close to the Popayan City. This regioon is known for coffee production The highlands of Cauca are suitable for the production of quality Coffee, the surrounding mountains which protect the coffee from the humidity of the Pacifc and the southern trade winds. The result is therefore a stable climate all year round with rich volcanic soil.
ASCAFE- The aim of this association is to strengthen the links between the various farmers (including cocoa farmers) and to ensure economic independence by sharing good agricultural practice.

  • Taste description
    body raw cocoa
    sweetness roasted almond
    acidity redcurrant
  • Region

    Colombia, Cauca

  • Farm

    ASCAFE

  • Varietals

    Castillo, Caturra, Typica, Tabí

  • Production

    Washed coffee

  • Altitude

    1300-1900 masl