Antioquia is one of the main coffee growing areas of Colombia, currently it occupies the second position in the ranking of national production. For more than 180 years coffee has been cultivated in this department, Antioquia is located in the northwest part of the country and has 123,000 hectares of coffee. More than 80,000 families are dedicated to this trading activity and the most cultivated varieties are Castillo, Caturra and Tabi planted at an altitude average of 2.100 m.a.s.l.

The group is based on the principles of high quality coffee production and promotion of environmental and socially responsible practices. It now has 9 associated farms and is planning to expand as other farmers are showing interest to join.
The farm sits at an altitude of 2.000 to 2.175 m.a.s.l. and has a total of 18 hectares. It’s planted with coffee on 17 hectares and the varieties that they harvest are Caturra Chiroso, Bourbon Sidra, Wush Wush, SL28, Tabí, and Geisha.
The farm sits at an altitude of 1600 masl and has a total of 22 hectares. It’s planted with native forest on 4.5 hectares and with coffee on 15.5 hectares, the varieties that they harvest are Caturra, Typica, Colombia, and Bourbon.
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