Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia, Nicaragua
Our Colombia Supremo Medellin Antioquia is comprised of several specialty grade coffee varieties, grown at elevations ranging from 3,900 – 5,900 ft. It is produced in the outlying hills that border the metropolitan valley of Medellín. This Colombia Supremo Medellin is a 100% 17/18 screen Supremo grade Colombian coffee that ensures it’s among the highest quality Colombian green coffee available.
Costa Rica is a small country but the diversity of climates and their impact on coffee production is more important that you would expect.
San Francisco is the name of one district in the ‘Cordillera Central’ also called ‘La Zona de los Santos’ but this is also the name of the farm from Edgar Fallas Solis, his wife Ligia and their son Willian. The family owns 10-12 hectares of coffees intercropped with avocados, citrus and banana trees. The farm is split in a few different parcels culminating from 1,400 to 2,000 masl. The micro lots are produced at 1,800 + masl.Edgar is the second generation working on this 55-year-old farm originally planted with Caturra with now the addition of Catuai and Catimore. They get seedlings from the national research center Icafe.
We’re always on the look out for incredible coffees from the Brazil Santos region; that way you get to taste the different coffees that this superb region has to offer! For this seasons Santos coffee crop we’ve chosen the pulped natural processed, Brazil Santos.