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Wandra Coffee

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There are internationally famous Colombian coffee brands. Juan Valdez, Buendía and Abuela Laura are some of them. However, there are ventures such as Juan's from Café Castillo de Santana, that produce coffee of excellent quality such as Café Wandra.

Coming from the coffee mountains of Támesis, Antioquia, between 1,480 and 1,750 meters above sea level, and with the best selection and processing, they obtain beans with an excellent mixture of aromas and flavors. Together with three partners, they created the coffee exporter in 2013. Initially, they were all in charge of going to the farm, picking, packing and selling their products. In the coffee world they are known as "Todheroe", the person who takes care of everything. Now, each one has a more defined role and it is Juan who is in charge of selling the mildest coffee to the national and international public.

But in his company they do not only have Café Wandra, one of the most recognized coffees. In order to also reach other audiences, they have allied with farms in Fredonia and Planadas, Tolima, to offer their own brand, with a good quality coffee. Juan speaks with ownership of the coffee, of his brand and of everything related to the products that they sell.

The logo of Café Wandra is a petroglyph that they found on a rock that was on the farm. When they thought of the name for their premium roasted coffee brand, they decided to include this petroglyph of the Embera culture, which, after arduous research, they discovered meant "energy of the fauna and flora" for the Embera Chami.

In his contact telephone number, Juan is willing to tell more about the history and properties of this Colombian coffee, one of the brands that offer excellent quality coffee to the national and international market.

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