WOMEN PRODUCERS Beans from the Cauca region of Colombia. Cherry, cocoa and vanilla notes; sweet and tart with a smooth mouthfeel.
We source our Women Producer Colombia coffee beans from the El Tambo municipality within the Cauca region. Located near the equator and in the heart of the Andes, Cauca is one of the specialty coffee growing regions in Colombia. Furthermore, the Cauca produces a high volume of coffee of excellent quality. Learn more about coffee growing regions in Colombia
The Asociacion de Mujeres Agropecuarias de Uribe (ASMUCAFE), an association of smallholder women coffee growers, produces exquisite coffee. Their mission to improve their families’ quality of life and to achieve the social and economic welfare of its members focuses on teamwork. The women work within a framework based on joint responsibility, solidarity, equality, and common benefit. They achieve this through the production of high quality coffee grown in harmony with the environment. As a result, members help each other with planting, harvesting, and improvements as a group.
The coffee undergoes a double fermentation process. The cherries remain in the the loading hoppers for 14 hours. Depulped in the afternoon and evening, beans are then placed in traditional open fermentation tanks for an additional 10 hours. Then the beans are washed three to four times before being dried in the sun for 8-12 days. This fermentation process gives the coffee a depth and uniqueness with notes of cherry, cocoa, and vanilla bursting forth in your cup.
Order now for a bag of these delicious Colombia coffee beans. Start your day off from the Andes Mountains of South America! Learn more about the women producer coffees we offer on our Women Producers page. Also learn more about the organizations we donate to on our Giving page. We donate part of the proceeds from the sale of this coffee to the Greater San Marcos Youth Council.
|Varietal||Castillo, Caturra, Colombia|
|Farm||Various smallholder members of ASMUCAFE|
|Altitude||1850m - 1900m|