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The Huila region, located in southwestern Colombia, is the birthplace of the Central an Eastern Cordillera mountain ranges the frame the majestic Magdalena river.
The Eastern Cordillera serves as a natural barrier against the Amazon region's heavy rains and cloudy conditions, making it the ideal soil for a balanced coffee.
Coffee of balanced origin, with notes of ripe orange and sweet caramel flavor.
Harvested in the valley of the Magdalena River, the mantle of clouds in the sky of Huila protects the coffee plantations from the sun's rays that grow without stress throughout the year, maturing a balanced and sweet coffee. Thanks to the commitment of 67 thousand Huila coffee growing families, this coffee is internationally recognized for its quality.
Most strong coffees are produced in this region of the country due to an increased solar radiation which causes the coffee plant to work in a more relaxed way, developing more bitter.
Balanced coffees are those whose main characteristics, such as aroma, acidity, and body, are harmonized in such a way that one does not stand out more than the other. Their beans have a medium roasting point.