They search for Colombia’s best coffees by combining a bit of science with the senses.
They listen to what the producers they work with have to say, spending as much time on the road as they do in the lab. They recognize and value their experience. They also aren’t afraid to step in and help when they see room for improvement.
In exchange for their dedication to producing truly great coffee, they pay higher, stable prices, because regardless of what the market says, good coffee farming should be profitable. In the process, they establish enduring relationships.
Traditionally, Colombia has always exported its best coffee. Contributing to that tradition, they source theirs from farmers all across the country and ship it around the world. But with a roastery in Quindío and a couple cafés in Bogotá, they do their best to serve as much of it here as they can. Because Colombia deserves to drink its best coffee, too.
Through roasting they seek to honor the work of each and every producer, highlighting the individual profiles of their coffees. So they try and caramelize the sugars of each one just enough, blancing brightnes with body and sweetness to ensure an equally satisfiying, yet unique experience in every cup.
They export micro lots and regional blends of coffee that they source directly from producers. They believe in economic transparency and consistent quality in the cup, allowing importers and roasters to establish enduring, sustainable relationships with Colombian farmers.
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