Located in the far south of Colombia, the department of Nariño shares a southern border with Ecuador and is home to thousands of smallholder coffee producing families. Colombia’s three ranges of Andean mountains converge in Nariño, presenting ideal altitudes and fertile soil for high grown Arabica production. Due to its proximity to the equator, coffee can be grown at very high altitudes in the department, and many farms are located on mountainsides of well over 1800 meters above sea level. The small region is a well-respected nucleus of coffee innovation and coffees out of Nariño are known for their fruity and bright flavor profile, with rich acidity.
Coffee fact sheet
Colombia Nariño – RegionalsRegional Coffee
This coffee has a medium body with a bright and citric acidity. Flavors of blood orange and other citric fruits.
|Body:||Medium to Good|