Learn About Colombian Coffee

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Coffee Origins

Where does Colombian coffee come from?

There are different coffee-producing-regions in Colombia. Apart from the well known regions like Huila, Antioquia, Quindio, Risaralda and Caldas. Regions like Santander, Tolima, Cauca and Valle del Cauca also produce coffee.

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The home of our coffee

Our arabica, caturra varietal coffee comes from Tolima region, which is located in the central-west of Colombia. Our coffee grows between 1800 and 1900 meters above sea level. Other varietals include Castillo, Colombia, tabi, typica.

Our farmers look after the coffee productions, all the way from the plantations to the selection of the best beans and processing, with hard work, love and care.

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Coffee taste

Coffee isn’t meant to be just bitter. That was the old way of doing things.

The flavour profile of a cup of coffee is given by many variables, such as "bean type". Some other factors which affect the flavour notes are: Altitude, soil, solar radiation, coffee cherry processing (dry-natural, wet, or both), care given during transportation of the green bean, type of roasting (light, dark), and the barista's skills.

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Our Coffee


Our coffee is roasted in Byron Bay. We take great care to ensure our roast profile brings out the quality of our coffee. The result is an extraordinary cup that is sweet and balanced.

Our bean's taste profile

Syrupy body, clean orange acidity, chocolate and a sweet lingering finish providing a unique well balanced flavour.

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Agua Panela

Do you know what Panela is like?

It’s unrefined and dehydrated cane juice. Very popular in Colombia, you can serve it as a hot or iced drink, or even add some spoons to your regular coffee to get some extra flavour. The taste is a malty caramel with subtle sweetness.