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Colombia | Finca El Alto
Colombia | Finca El Alto
Colombia | Finca El Alto
Colombia | Finca El Alto
Colombia | Finca El Alto
Colombia | Finca El Alto
Colombia | Finca El Alto
Colombia | Finca El Alto
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Colombia | Finca El Alto

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This micro-lot is brought to you from Francisco Javier Talaga's farm, Finca El Alto, in Colombia. Harvested in May and shipped in small quantities, ready to be roasted upon order, we are excited to be bringing these beans to you.

🎄🎁☕️  Want this coffee delivered as a gift this holiday season? Let us know in the notes during checkout and we'll gift wrap it for you! 

Make sure to order by Dec. 12th to guarantee fresh delivery by Dec. 25th!

Flavor notes: Floral, Sugarcane, Apple, Juicy

Varietals: Castillo

Process: Washed

 

Francisco Javier Talaga’s farm, Finca El Alto, is located in the Quebrada Abajo neighborhood. Francisco was one of the people displaced during Colombia’s armed conflict and returned to the San Luis area of Cauca in 2006. Francisco’s three-hectare farm is high in the mountains at 1900 meters above sea level.

The harvest begins during the rainy season in May and June and concludes by August and September. In addition to coffee, El Alto grows bananas for consumption on the farm. Coffee is de-pulped and dry fermented for 24 hours then washed and transferred to a parabolic solar dryer. Francisco is a member of ASPROFECH producer association.

Founded in 2013, ASPROFECH is an association of diverse smallholder producers of specialty coffee, with 70 male and 20 female members representing 60 families. Members are rural landholders, including those of indigenous and Afro-Latino descent, living in the San Luis municipality of Paez in Eastern Cauca. Member farms are located at elevations between 1500 and 2000 meters above sea level.

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