Coffees imported directly from the highlands of the Colombian coffee region, known for their excellence in cup coffee.
The Caturra variety is a mutation of the Bourbon variety, smaller in appearance than the other varieties (dwarfism), which is why it was called Caturra.
It has been cultivated and harvested by Gustavo Gomez and his family on the Santa Cruz farm in Marquetalia (Caldas), part of the Colombian coffee axis and an area chosen by UNESCO as a world heritage site since 2012 as "COFFEE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF COLOMBIA"
Coffee processed with the "washing" technique, which implies that drying is carried out after removing the skin and pulp from the fruit in a process called pulping, leaving only the coffee seeds wrapped in a dense layer like honey called mucilage that stops power to remove it is washed in large tanks of water (hence its name washed). Already with the seeds without remains, it dries in the sun on sliding roofs or drying patios.
The washing process has evolved to be more friendly to the environment, which has led to the fact that today less water is used per kilo of washed coffee and that the water that remains after the process is treated for reuse.
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