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04 Colombia Huila

100% COLOMBIA HUILA

Located in southwestern Colombia, Huila is nestled in-between the Central and Eastern ranges of the Andes, with the middle area called the Magdalena Valley. The variation in elevation results in Huila being one of the country's most unique and complex regions of coffee production. Its terroir, climate, and harvest cycles all contribute to the quality of coffee produced here. The most impressive quality behind the coffees coming out of Huila lies in the people producing them. While Huila accounts for nearly 20% of the country's production, 80% of coffee producers operate on less than three hectares. 

In general, the ripest cherries are selected for natural processing, they are often hand sorted or float-sorted, cleaned, and placed on raised beds in a covered area to dry for at least a two-week period. The high humidity and rainy climates across Colombia do add to the challenging of achieving a high-quality naturally-processed coffee; but, when it is done properly and the coffee is moved consistently throughout the curing process, we find the resulting cup profile to be exquisite. 

Perfumed florals, sweet and tart with raspberry, chocolate, praline, and rose flavors
$20.50 Regular price
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Located in southwestern Colombia, Huila is nestled in-between the Central and Eastern ranges of the Andes, with the middle area called the Magdalena Valley. The variation in elevation results in Huila being one of the country's most unique and complex regions of coffee production. Its terroir, climate, and harvest cycles all contribute to the quality of coffee produced here. The most impressive quality behind the coffees coming out of Huila lies in the people producing them. While Huila accounts for nearly 20% of the country's production, 80% of coffee producers operate on less than three hectares. 

In general, the ripest cherries are selected for natural processing, they are often hand sorted or float-sorted, cleaned, and placed on raised beds in a covered area to dry for at least a two-week period. The high humidity and rainy climates across Colombia do add to the challenging of achieving a high-quality naturally-processed coffee; but, when it is done properly and the coffee is moved consistently throughout the curing process, we find the resulting cup profile to be exquisite.