In Caldas, fresh coffee is harvested all year-round due to its continuous cycles of dry and rainfall periods; in some occasions coffee trees could receive up to eight visits a year to select its ripe coffee beans (primary harvest September - December; secondary April - May). The coffee is grown between 1.200 and 1.800 metres above sea level, at temperatures between 17° C and 23° C. The diverse geographies and climates produce high-quality coffee beans that bring with unbeatable flavours to your cup.
The coffee is grown between 1.600 and 2.000 metres above sea level at temperatures between 17° C and 23° C along the eastern Andean Mountain Range. In most of its territory coffee can grow all year round due to its climate and fertile soil (primary harvest September - December; secondary April - May). Nutrients of valleys, volcanoes, and glaciers result in harmonious and balanced scent and flavours.
Nariño is located in the western landscapes of the Colombian Massif where the Andes split into three mountain ranges and the five greatest Colombian rivers are born. The coffee is grown between 1.600 and 2.000 metres above sea level at temperatures between 16° C and 26° C and is harvested between March and June. Nutrients derived from the ashes left by the Galeras Volcano and its unique setting results in a coffee with pronounced aroma