Colombian Coffee

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Colombian Coffee

Our Colombian Coffee is a delicious and full-bodied coffee with a sweet creamy texture and vanilla notes. It has a bright acidity and a hint of dates in the finish. John Weaver, our Master Roaster, says it is the best Colombian coffee he has tasted in years.

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The Quality of Colombian Coffee

Colombian Coffee is well known and it's quality and amazing flavor profile resonates with many a coffee drinker. It has a reputation for producing mild well-balanced coffee beans. The secret to what makes Colombian Coffee so delicious is where it is grown.  Geography plays a big role in coffee farming because coffee is can be a delicate crop.  When you have excellent soil, proper rainfall and sunlight, with no morning or evening freeze, then you are in the right place to be a coffee farmer.

The Colombian Coffee Region

The Colombian Coffee Region known as the Coffee Triangle is part of the Colombian Paisa region in the rural area of Colombia. It is famous for growing and producing the majority of Colombian Coffee, considered to be by most, the best coffee in the world.











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The Steps Taken to Produce Colombian Coffee

There are many steps in producing quality arabica Colombian coffee beans. Yes, the right climate and terrain, however, every step in the coffee production and coffee processing matters. Growing and collecting coffee beans must be properly executed. Arabica coffee cherries, when ripe are usually picked by hand. The coffee trees are grown on steep slopes usually surrounded by banana plants and trees. These trees act as a shade to protect the coffee trees from getting fried in the sun. If you want to put this into perspective, over half a million coffee farmers in Colombia handpick the red coffee cherries off the coffee trees so we can have delicious coffee. Large machines cannot tell if a coffee cherry is ripe, this must be done by hand and this is truly a labor of love because it means only the best coffee beans actually make it into your coffee bag.







Colombian Coffee Farmer