Colombia Coffee beans are high-quality coffee beans that are grown in the country of Colombia, which is located in South America. Colombia is known for producing some of the finest Arabica coffee beans in the world, which are highly prized for their rich, smooth flavor and distinctive aroma.
Colombia Coffee beans are typically grown in the high-altitude regions of the Andes Mountains, which provide ideal growing conditions for Arabica coffee. The beans are hand-picked and then carefully processed to remove the outer layers of the coffee cherry and reveal the green coffee beans inside. The beans are then roasted to develop their unique flavor profile.
Many different varieties of coffee are grown in Colombia, including Arabica and Robusta. Arabica is the most common variety and is generally considered to be of higher quality than Robusta.
Colombia coffee beans are highly prized by coffee connoisseurs around the world and are a key part of Colombia's economy. The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation, a non-profit organization that represents Colombia's coffee growers, promotes Colombian coffee and helps to maintain the high quality standards for which it is known.
Our Colombian coffee beans are grown in the Volcanic Loam soil at an altitude above 1300m by Smallholder farmers from Medellin, in Antioquia Colombia. It's Fully washed and dried in solar dryers to protect the coffee from rain, creating a unique bold flavor.
Colombian coffee is known for its medium-bodied flavor and balanced acidity, with notes of dried orange, berries and chocolate. It is often used as a base for blends and is a popular choice for specialty coffee shops and cafes around the world.
Tasting Profile: Dried orange, berry, chocolate
Grower: Smallholder farmers from Medellin
Variety: Castillo, Caturra, Colombia, & Typica
Region: Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia
Altitude: 1300-1500 M
Soil Type: Volcanic Loam
Process: Fully washed and dried in solar dryers to protect the coffee from rain.