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Colombia Antioquia Fredonia Excelso Washed

Origin Colombia /

Altitude 1 650 masl /

Crop Year 2019 /

Varietal Colombia and Castillo /

Product Code 6637

About Colombia Antioquia Fredonia Excelso Washed

Colombia is one of the largest coffee producing nations in the world alongside Brazil, Vietnam and Indonesia. Coffee was introduced to Colombia in the early 1800s and has traditionally been recognized for it’s high altitude and higher-quality Arabica coffees while boasting incredibly efficient supply lines. In recent years, the Colombian farmers with assistance from the Colombian Coffee Federation (FNC - Federación Nacional de cafeteros) have done a remarkable job in growing and promoting the export of genuine specialty coffee, producing impeccable quality. Over the last few decades Colombia had a lot of issues with the Guerrilla movement FARC, which prohibited infrastructural and agricultural development in certain parts of Colombia. In the recent years, the Colombian government has negotiated a truce with FACR and many parts of Colombia have started to flourish. This amazing coffee being grown in the Antioquia region of Colombia about 1,650 meters above sea levels, mostly comprised of the Colombia and Castillo variety of Arabica coffee. This coffee has brown sugar, soft plum in aroma, green apple acidity and comes with tasting notes like bakers chocolate, soft herbs and black currants.

About Colombia

Colombia is one of the biggest coffee producing countries in the world, along with Brazil, Vietnam and Indonesia. Coffee was introduced to Colombia in the early 1800s. The Colombian Coffee Federation has done a commendable job in promoting the specialty coffees of Colombia. Colombian coffee beans are rich in flavour, heavy bodied, has a bright acidity, and is intensely aromatic.

Colombia have wonderful climate which allows it to produce great coffee all year around. Due to volcanic mountains the climate in Colombia is stable.