Colombian specialty coffee from small family producers from Huila region in Colombia.
This is a castillo and caturra varietal with a washed wet milling process and aerobic fermentation.
After tasting we find a chocolatey coffee, highlighting flavors of cane sugar and milky chocolate. We will appreciate a creamy texture and a medium intensity.
Cooperativa familiar de Huila
Pequeños productores locales (Huila, Colombia)
Golden Huila is produced by a cooperative in the coffee growing region of Huila, a project of more than 3,000 coffee growing families in the center of Huila. The coffee beans are carefully selected by young people, children of coffee growers who have been trained to complement their knowledge inherited from years of family experience in the world of coffee growing.
The coffee growing region of Huila is located in the southeast of the country, with an estimated population of 1.1 million inhabitants and an area of 19,890 km². This region has 35 coffee growing districts, among them Garzon, Gigante, Guadalupe and Pitalito, these districts are home to more than 84,000 families that cultivate more than 11,000 hectares of coffee. These districts are home to more than 84,000 families that cultivate more than 1,145,000 hectares of Arabica coffee of the Castillo, Colombia, Típica, Caturra, Borbón and Tabí varietals. Huila is the first coffee growing region in the country.
Up to 52 coffee cups (0,21€/cup)*
*Calculate with Moka pot for 2 cups.