Starting with dark, ripe berries, the sweetness in the cup drifts into mandarin on the finish and on into honey on the aftertaste. A rich dried fig fruitiness balances this sweet and moreish cup.

Produced by small holders from Tablón de Gomez, Nariño. This small municipality is 2 hours’ drive away from Buesaco, Nariño, where some of the most unique micro-lots from Nariño are produced. The region is characterized by its mountainous topography. It’s cold climate is perfect for a slow ripening of the cherry that leads to a sweet coffee. It rains frequently in this region, so coffees need an average of 20 to 25 days to dry.

The farmers that we work with belong to the Terra association and Cafes Especiales de Nariño Cooperative.

  • Country: Colombia 
  • Department: Tablón de Gomez
  • Municipality: Nariño
  • Farm: Smallholder producers 
  • Producer(s): Terra Assoc. & Cafes Especiales de Narińo Coop 
  • Altitude: 1800-2100 m.a.s.l. 
  • Varietal: Caturra, Castillo 
  • Processing: Washed