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Cafe del Macizo's coffee, hailing from the fertile lands of Tolima, Colombia, stands out for its remarkable flavor profile and sustainable farming practices. The coffee boasts a medium acidity and a rounded body, complemented by an array of flavors including dark chocolate, mango, and peach, offering a complex taste experience. Grown at altitudes ranging from 1,500 to 2,100 meters, the beans benefit from the rich soils and ideal climate of the region, further enhanced by the choice of Caturra, Castillo, and Tipica varietals known for their quality and environmental compatibility.

Emphasizing sustainability, the coffee is processed through traditional methods, involving washing and sun-drying, which preserves the beans' natural flavors and aligns with organic farming principles. Cafe del Macizo's commitment to organic practices is underscored by its organic certification, reflecting a dedication to environmental stewardship and the production of coffee that not only delights the palate but also supports the health of the planet. This approach showcases Cafe del Macizo's role in promoting sustainable agriculture in Colombia's coffee sector, offering a model that balances taste excellence with ecological responsibility.

Grade: Excelo, EP

Certification: Organic


The Kilimanjaro Plantation Estate offers a coffee with a vibrant flavor profile that mirrors the unique terroir of its surroundings near Mount Kilimanjaro. With bright acidity and a rounded body, the coffee introduces a delightful mix of fruity notes, including cranberry and lemon/lime, setting it apart in the world of Arabica. Cultivated at altitudes ranging from 1,200 to 2,000 meters, this coffee benefits from the region's exceptionally fertile lands, optimized for Arabica growth. The Bourbon - KP, N39 varietals thrive here, contributing to the coffee's distinctive taste, under conventional farming practices.

Innovations in sustainability and quality control set the Kilimanjaro Plantation Estate apart. A significant investment between 2000 and 2005 saw the plantation enriched with 1 million new coffee trees, all connected to a drip irrigation system to ensure efficient water use. A central wet mill, which replaced eight decentralized processing plants, not only ensures high quality standards but also significantly reduces water consumption during the "fully washed" processing of the coffee. This approach reflects a commitment to environmental stewardship while maintaining the exceptional quality of their coffee.

Grade: PB

Certification: Conventional

Papua New Guinea

Sourced from the lush landscapes of Morobe and Madang in Papua New Guinea, this coffee presents a harmonious blend of flavors, characterized by a balanced body and medium to high acidity. The taste profile is rich and complex, featuring notes of citrus, floral, jasmine, and caramel, thanks to the Typica and Mondo Novo varietals grown at altitudes of 1,200 to 1,700 meters. This coffee is distinguished not only by its exceptional flavor but also by its commitment to ethical and sustainable practices, holding both Fair Trade and Organic certifications.

Papua New Guinea, one of the most culturally diverse countries globally, with over 800 native languages, offers a unique backdrop for coffee production. The coffee from this region benefits from the country’s rich cultural heritage and biodiversity, with 90% of its production rooted in the Eastern and Western Highlands, Jiwaka, Morobe, and Chimbu provinces. These areas provide vital income to 400,000 rural households, underscoring the importance of coffee exportation in supporting local communities. This coffee embodies the essence of Papua New Guinea, offering a taste that is as rich and diverse as the country's cultural landscape.

Grade: A/X

Certification: Organic