COLOMBIAN COFFEE

If you are one of the people who love to start your day with a cup of coffee, then you are in the best country in the world to enjoy this experience: Colombian Coffee.


Colombia due to its excellent geographical location in the Andes mountain range, the cultivation conditions in different regions of the country (1,200 and 1,800 meters above sea level) and its tropical weathers, among others (temperatures between 17 and 23 degrees Celsius); it has unique characteristics that allow one of the world-class coffees to be produced in its mountainous lands.

Colombian coffee production corresponds 100% to the Arabica coffee species, which handles different varieties such as: Typical, Bourbon, Maragogipe, Tabi, Caturra and Castle.

In Colombia there are different regions of coffee production and depending on their location vary the characteristics of body, aroma and acidity. For example, the coffee of the “Cultural Coffee Landscape” (World Heritage), which includes the departments of Quindio, Caldas and Risaralda defines its coffee as one of clean cup, with acidity and medium / high body and with a pronounced and complete aroma; while the Huila´s coffee origin, where the sun’s rays dry and ripen the coffee plantations in a balanced and sweet way, is characterized by its strong aroma, medium / high acidity and medium body. This is a characteristic of Colombian coffee lovers: To distinguish exactly what type of coffee you want.

And the above are just facts of geographic location!!, Imagine all the existing possibilities to know about Colombian Coffee. Fall in love with its history, production processes, characteristics, preparation methods, and of course its exquisite flavor.

If you are in Colombia this is an experience that you cannot miss!!