The Huila region is located near the Valle del Cauca. It produces coffee of a quality that has not failed to astonish us in recent years. The area is well known for the quality and good size of its coffee beans, with 30% of its coffee classified as Supremo (vs. 12% in Armenia/Pereira). It is a quality that has been rewarded on numerous occasions in recent national and international competitions.
Despite this success, however, it is a coffee-producing region that has remained humble and authentic. The vast majority of its producers manage small farms, covering mainly between 1 and 5 hectares, with yields of between 10 and 15 bags of exportable coffee. The coffee industry recognises the high quality of the coffees produced in this region and has always encouraged fully-washed processing, providing training opportunities for producers to further improve quality and consistency over time.