250 g | Note de: Coacaze Negre, Mure, Visina, Coaja de Portocala, Usor Florale | Dulce
Regiune: Sierra Nevada, Santa Marta
Statia de spalare: Santo Domingo de la Sierra
Procesare: Fully washed, Sun Dried
Varietate: Castillo, Catimor, F7, F8
Altitudine: 700 -1600 m
Anul recoltei: 2023-2024
COLOMBIA SIERRA NEVADA
The Asociación Santo Domingo de la Sierra is a non-profit associative company of social interest made up of Organic Coffee Producers. Their vision is to produce the best organic coffee in Colombia. Located in the Department of Magdalena, Municipality of Fundación, in the villages of Sacramento, El Porvenir, and Santa Clara.
The Asociación Santo Domingo de la Sierra has been promoting improvements in the development and growth of the family wealth of its associates.
They bring together coffee growing families committed to responsible production, recovering the traditions and conservation of our people, and achieving a sustainable link with nature. Since its foundation, the Asociación Santo Domingo de la Sierra has been promoting improvements in the development and growth of the family wealth of its associates. To achieve this, it has implemented a series of projects and productive technical services aimed essentially at its members but also available to all producers in the area.
Nestled in the breathtaking Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range of Colombia, coffee cultivation in Santa Marta has a rich and storied history. This region, often referred to as the “Coffee Triangle of Colombia,” is renowned for producing some of the world’s finest coffee beans. Santa Marta’s coffee farms benefit from the region’s unique geography. The Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta is the world’s highest coastal mountain range, and its towering peaks, lush valleys, and abundant rainfall create an ideal environment for coffee cultivation. The altitude, which ranges from 1,200 to 1,800 meters above sea level, contributes to the coffee’s exceptional flavor profile. Colombia‘s Coffee Triangle is famous for growing the majority of Colombia coffees. The area has been inscribed on the Unesco’s World Heritage list as the “Coffee Cultural Landscape” for being an exceptional example of a cultural, sustainable and productive landscape – a historical milestone for the country. Cultural Landscape rewards the tremendous human adaptation to difficult geographical conditions and the efforts of coffee farmers over generations to obtain a decent source of income for their families.