Finca Las Cruces

Colombia Single farm
Family farm using organic and sustainable methods
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Family farm using organic and sustainable methods

Our small farm has been in the same family for three generations in the heart of the coffee region of Colombia. We use only organic and sustainable methods to grow and process our coffee. It comprises 10 hectares, of which only 7.5 hectares are used to cultivate coffee and plantain. The remainder of the land is maintained as a natural reserve for water conservation. The farm produces the Castillo varietal of Arabica coffee, from 27,500 planted trees. These produce a coffee that is a smooth and full-bodied with fruity notes and of a medium to mild acidity, leaving a delicate cocoa finish that lingers on the palate. The coffee is hand-picked, peeled, fermented 30 hours and then washed using the farm’s own spring water before finally it is sun-dried.

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Coffee production
  • Production area
    10Ha
  • Harvest period
    September
    December
  • Altitude range
    1750m - 1750m
  • Average annual production
    120 Bags of 60kg
  • Arabica varieties
  • Robusta varieties

    No data

Finca Las Cruces
Offered by Finca Las Cruces
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Family farm using organic and sustainable methods

Our small farm has been in the same family for three generations in the heart of the coffee region of Colombia. We use only organic and sustainable methods to grow and process our coffee. It comprises 10 hectares, of which only 7.5 hectares are used to cultivate coffee and plantain. The remainder of the land is maintained as a natural reserve for water conservation. The farm produces the Castillo varietal of Arabica coffee, from 27,500 planted trees. These produce a coffee that is a smooth and full-bodied with fruity notes and of a medium to mild acidity, leaving a delicate cocoa finish that lingers on the palate. The coffee is hand-picked, peeled, fermented 30 hours and then washed using the farm’s own spring water before finally it is sun-dried.

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