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COLOMBIA – LUCILA ORASICA – NATURAL – CASTILLO
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COLOMBIA – LUCILA ORASICA – NATURAL – CASTILLO
NOTES: BRIGHT JUICY STONE FRUITS WITH A ZESTY CITRUS ACIDITY AND A RICH DARK CREAMY CHOCOLATE BODY
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About this coffee

  • Altitude: 1700 masl
  • Farmer: Lucila Orasica
  • COUNTRY: Colombia

NOTES: BRIGHT JUICY STONE FRUITS WITH A ZESTY CITRUS ACIDITY AND A RICH DARK CREAMY CHOCOLATE BODY

Lucila Orasica was born and raised in the Socorro municipality. She is a traditional coffee grower, who has been producing coffee all her life. She learned from her father and her sister who have bigger farms. She inherited the farm from her family and with the productions she pays the education of her kids. She is constantly trying to improve in processes and to push the limits to produce outstanding coffees.

We are proud to once again offer an amazing Colombian Selection.

  1. Colombia has the ideal geography for coffee production. Their coffee is known for its rich, mild flavor that comes from the perfect climate and elevation. As you may have heard before, coffee grows best in volcanic soil, at 1,200-1,800 meter elevation, in places that are free of frost but receive around 80 inches (200 cm) of rain a year. Colombia ticks all those boxes.
  2. Coffee Bean Growing Region ColombiaColombia basically has a bean to suit every taste. As you can see in the picture, Colombia has wide growing areas that run from north to south, producing different bean flavors. For example, the northern region that includes Norte de Santander, Santander, and ‘Others” is warmer and lower altitude and produces coffee that has lower acidity and a fuller body. Central region including Antioquia, Cundinamarca, and the north of Tolima harvests all year round. Finally, the beans from the southern part of the country (Nariño, Cauca, Huila and the south of Tolima grow at higher altitudes, closer to the equator, giving them a higher acidity and much sought-after sweetness. What’s all this mean? The taste of coffee is subjective, and you will definitely find exceptional coffee that you’ll love.
  3. The whole country is behind coffee production. There are more than 500,000 families that produce coffee in Colombia, and they are in a well-organized trade association that is focused on making sure these families have good working conditions, improved infrastructure, and social security. And because it’s all family-owned business, these coffee growers pour a lot of love into what they do.

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