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Single Origin | Colombia - Huila
Single Origin | Colombia - Huila
Single Origin | Colombia - Huila
Single Origin | Colombia - Huila
Single Origin | Colombia - Huila
Single Origin | Colombia - Huila
Single Origin | Colombia - Huila
Single Origin | Colombia - Huila
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Single Origin | Colombia - Huila

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CUP PROFILE

Clean and sweet, with a round body and notes of orange, brown sugar, caramel and cherry.

  • Single Origin Arabica - Huila
  • Body: Medium
  • Acidity: Medium
  • Process: Washed

ABOUT THIS COFFEE

This coffee comes from 36 producers in the Garzón municipality of Colombia’s Huila province. Only ripe cherries were picked, and the beans were fermented (for varying amounts of time, depending on the altitude of each farm) and then washed and dried on patios and in some cases also drying silos.


PROCESSING

The 36 producers are members of the Cooperativa Multiactiva de Cafeteros Garzón Dorado, an association formed in 2011. Today it has 142 members from five villages in Garzón. 

All smallholders, these producers farm approximately 1.5 hectares (3.7 acres) of coffee each. They’re very aware of the potential in their land to produce great quality, and so they’re meticulous in their agricultural practices. 


GEOGRAPHY

Garzon, in the center of Huila, has three microclimates: the humid Magdalena River Valley, dedicated to cattle raising; the Llano de la Virgen, an arid grassland; and the mountainous Central Region, which is home to most of the population and many farms. The economy is agriculture based, with coffee providing 45 percent of the income and 78 percent of local jobs. There are 6,838 coffee farms planted with 8,508 hectares of coffee (most farms are 3.5 hectares, with 1.5 hectares dedicated to coffee).​




  • Region: Huila
  • Altitude: 1,670 - 1,950 meters ASL
  • Varieties: Castillo-Colombia, Caturra
  • Processing: Washed, dried on patios and silos
  • Harvest: August - September

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