La Casiana

Colombia Single farm
The quintessential colombian coffee.
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The quintessential colombian coffee.

Located at 1750 meters above sea level on the western range of the Andes in the municipality of Jardín, Antioquia, La Casiana has been home to three generations dedicated to harvesting the best Colombian coffees. Soft, washed coffees. That’s what we are known for. We produce traditional coffees, from Castillo and Colombia varieties. Our coffee is known for its medium, brilliant acidity; round, balanced body; aromas and fragrances take the form of dark chocolate, caramel and molasses; aftertaste is sweet and floral. Three generations of coffee growers. All convinced that we must hand over a land better than that which we received. That’s where our commitment to sustainability resides. For over more than ten years, La Casiana has been part of a group of farms that comply with the Rainforest standard. At La Casiana, we are able to bring to market some 10,000 kgs of green coffee per year. Though we harvest year-round, our main harvest takes place mostly around October, November

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Coffee production
  • Production area
    56Ha
  • Harvest period
    October
    December
  • Altitude range
    1730m - 1810m
  • Average annual production
    2100 Bags of 60kg
  • Arabica varieties
  • Robusta varieties

    No data

Certificates
Rainforest Alliance
La Casiana
Offered by La Casiana
  • Colombia
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The quintessential colombian coffee.

Located at 1750 meters above sea level on the western range of the Andes in the municipality of Jardín, Antioquia, La Casiana has been home to three generations dedicated to harvesting the best Colombian coffees. Soft, washed coffees. That’s what we are known for. We produce traditional coffees, from Castillo and Colombia varieties. Our coffee is known for its medium, brilliant acidity; round, balanced body; aromas and fragrances take the form of dark chocolate, caramel and molasses; aftertaste is sweet and floral. Three generations of coffee growers. All convinced that we must hand over a land better than that which we received. That’s where our commitment to sustainability resides. For over more than ten years, La Casiana has been part of a group of farms that comply with the Rainforest standard. At La Casiana, we are able to bring to market some 10,000 kgs of green coffee per year. Though we harvest year-round, our main harvest takes place mostly around October, November

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