Cup Profile: Toffee Apple and Hibiscus.
From the west of the Central Cordillera, there are a variety of cultural resources and landscapes due to the high number of rivers that wind through valley and mountainsides that in turn create diversity. As a s result, this area is home to a number of goldmines, in addition to producing coffee the area also grows sugar cane, and has a gastronomical reputation. Picking of coffee is generally completed by the smallholders and their families, as well as with their neighbours help too. Generally it is washed and dried on the farm, usually on steep slopes at high altitudes before being taken to cooperative headquarters or the dry mill for cupping, scoring and sorting for export.
Country: Colombia, Province: Tequendama, Department: Cauca, Municipality: Suarez.
Farm: Various farmers, Harvest: November – February, April – July, Varieties: Caturra, Typica, Colombia, Altitude: 1050 – 1850m, Process: Washed