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ORIGIN AND TRADITION IN EACH BEAN

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Key coffee in a quality beverage

The Colombian coffee is one of the most recognized around the world, thanks to features such as softness and scent coming from a careful process of cultivation of selected Arabica coffee beans in Territories dedicated to this activity and by qualified personnel who has learned to do so by family tradition.

The characteristics of this kind of coffee include acidity, medium-bodied, smooth taste and fruity aroma which calls to millions of consumers around the world.

Among the varieties of Arabica coffee grown in Colombia are, “Pajarito” with sowing up to 2,500 trees per hectare; type Bourbon whose plants have a greater number of branches which produces more grains than others.

Also produced the “Tabi” variety, which is the result of the combination between typical and Bourbon, whose grains are larger and excellent quality – so it is used for specialty coffee, “Caturra” whose output is the average between typical and Bourbon.

It should highlight the kind of coffee obtained exclusively in this country and called Colombia variety or Castilla, which is resistant to rust (the coffee disease) attack and whose production is similar to the Caturra variety.

Organic and flavored coffee

But the quality of Colombian coffee does not depend only on their varieties, also makes part of their success the way in which is grown and prepared for sale from which also derived several kinds of grain, among which stand out the organic coffees in whose production involved not agrochemicals, pesticides, and other artificial agents.

Of origin, so called by the Colombian region where are produced, predominantly those of the area coffee (Quindío, Risaralda and Caldas), Nariño, Santander, Huila and Cauca.

In height, which are characterized by their variety of concentrations of sugar, depending on atmospheric height and pressure factors.

The exotic, deriving its flavor of the fruit plantations near coffee plants, such as the orange – the variety of high Orange Grove or fruit of Guayatá.

Those who come from farms exclusively dedicated to the cultivation and marketing of coffee, such as saints or Hacienda Venecia.

The flavored are distinguished from fruit trees, because their flavors are added artificially.

And those who meet a social function of aid to vulnerable communities such as cultivated by women or members of indigenous ethnic groups, those who do it to obtain a tariff advantage for sale.

That is why in the rural areas the quality of Colombian coffee that is produced there is more than one way to earn income, is a way of life that allows the coffee-growing families hold and maintain a tradition learnt from childhood.

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