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NOT1BEAN COLOMBIA 

Based permanently in Colombia for the past 10 years, we have direct unrivalled relationships with hundreds, if not thousands, of Colombian coffee farmers and communities.

Coffee production in Colombia has a reputation as producing mild, well-balanced coffee beans, with an average annual coffee production of 11.5 million bags Colombia is the third total highest producer in the world, after Brazil and Vietnam, though highest in terms of the arabica bean (the beans used to produce the more expensive speciality grade coffees).

Colombia essentially grows coffee all year round depending upon regionality, but the main harvest is primarily from October to March, with a mitaca fly crop from April until June.

The domestic price for a 125-kilogram (275-lb) shipment of coffee here in Colombia is currently around 84 cents per lb.

Farmers need to earn between $1.40 to $1.50 per lb to pay for fertilizers and still be profitable.

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We have but one question to ask in order to ascertain whether the coffee sector will build back better and achieve the SDG goals:

 

Who will benefit going forward from the vast profits generated only after the roasting stage, the farming communities themselves, or coffee roasting companies in consumer countries?

 

NOT 1 BEAN of our coffee is ever roasted outside of the country in which it was grown.

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Floral
Kiwi
Grapefruit
Medium body
Intense residual
Bright acidity

Municipality: Cartago- Taminango – San Lorenzo
Dept: Nariño
Altitude: 1.700 – 1.900 mall
Producers: 24
Variety: Caturra- Colombia
Process: Double 

Fermentation
Main Crop:  Jun – Oct

 

18 hours in cherry and 30 hours in tank.

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