The main arabica varieties produced in Colombia
Introduced by the French in the Caribbean. BORBON: introduced in the 1920s and is very high yielding.
Highly resistant to rust; excellent agronomic characteristics and a wide genetic diversity.
Large grains, tall and rust resistant. Derived from crosses of the Timor hybrid with the Típica and Borbón varieties.
It is a mutation of Borbon; it has a high production and good quality, it requires a lot of care and fertilization.
Large grain, very interesting for specialty coffees.