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Regional coffees of a solid and consistent quality thanks to strict requirements established over the years with trusted partners.
Quality
80+
Quantity
Important
Education points
10
LABEL
STRAWBERRY

Nariño
Colombia
Species
arabica
Harvest period
April to July
Process
Fully Washed
Purchasing
Directly
Boarding
Within 3 months after harvest for quality storage
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THE LABEL RANGE
Traceability: Region
Regional coffees of a solid and consistent quality thanks to strict requirements established over the years with trusted partners.
Quality
80+
Quantity
important
Education points
10

ABOUT

This coffee is the result of work carried out by eleven producers who each bring between 6 and 13 bags to the La Union washing station. It is grown in a volcanic-type soil. Banexport, which is the company that exports the coffees produced by this cooperative, specialises in supporting producers who want to improve the quality of their work. Their agronomists travel around the farms to meet producers and help them develop over the long term.
This is a fully-washed coffee processed at a traditional beneficio. It is harvested every 20 to 30 days. Cherries are selected then de-pulped the very day they are picked. The coffees are washed three times in total and fermentation lasts between 15 and 18 hours. They are dried mainly in greenhouses, but there is also a mechanical dryer as well as a casa elba (a drying structure with a retractable roof).

THE REGION OF Nariño

The department of Nariño is located in southwest Colombia, between the Pacific Ocean and the Amazonian forest. Its geography is quite unique, with a relief marked by Nudo de los Pastos, which iswhere the Andes cordillera divides into two mountain ranges.
Some of Colombia’s highest-altitude coffees come from this Nariño region.
They are also some of the most complex and impressive.In many regions, producing coffee at such a high altitude is a challenge. But Nariño is quite close to the equator, and its climatic conditions are sufficiently suited to the cultivation of coffee trees.

The region’s landscapes are breathtaking. The terroir is located in the south of the Cauca region. Coffee is able to grow at more extreme altitudes of 2,200 metres, and 3,608 hectares of land are dedicated to coffee production in this area. It is the main source of revenue for the farmers in the region, who produce coffee for export.

NARIÑO

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