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Colombia

Kappynama Organic

washed

Colombia

Colombia Excelso EP Kappynama Organic

washed

Full body with sweet notes of chocolate and juicy apricot, with a hint of black Tea.

Plus 7% VAT
7,12  / 1 kg

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All the facts about our Colombia Excelso EP Kappynama Organic

Region Magdalena
Producer Wayland Origin
Variety Caturra
Process washed
Type Washed Arabica
Category Regional
Harvest from March to June
Shipping from August to December
Unit GrainPro Sack à 70kg

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Apricot
Black Tea
Chocolate
Cream

Colombia

Kappynama Organic

washed

In the heart of the majestic Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, lies a sanctuary of harmony and community, the realm of Anei’s organic coffee.
High amidst the verdant slopes, where the mists of dawn embrace the lush foliage, 700 families from four indigenous communities: Arhuacos, Koguis, Kankuamos, and Wiwas,
alongside local farmers, tend to the sacred land. Their hands nurture the delicate coffee plants, their spirits intertwined with the rhythm of the earth.

In the heart of Anei’s sanctuary, a sacred fire burns eternal, a beacon of hope and renewal. For here, amidst the ancient groves, the spirits of the Sierra are honored and revered.

Each cup of Anei’s organic coffee is a testament to this sacred bond, a taste of the mountains’ timeless wisdom.

Origin

Specialty coffee from Colombia

Mountain

Varieties

Typica, Caturra, Castillo

Processing methods

Mainly washed processed, for specialty lots also natural and honey processed 

Altitude range

1000 – 2300 masl

Harvest

Main harvest October – February, Mitaca harvest March – August

Total yearly production

Around 11.3 million 60kg bags in 2022/23

Coffees from Colombia

Colombia has thanks to its geographic position around the equator the advantage to have two crops and therefore fresh coffee all year around. Thanks to its three mountain ranges of the Andes from the north to the south, it creates different climatic and cultural areas, which makes the flavour of the coffee from each department in Colombia unique.

Main production areas: Cauca, Valle del Cauca, Tolima, Huila, Quindio, Risaralda, Nariño, Caldas, Antioquia, Cundinamarca, Santander, Norte de Santander, Sierra Nevada

Port of shipment: Cartagena, Santa Marta, Buenaventura

Export bag size: 70kg

Total number of coffee farmers: over 563,000 small coffee families

Cup Profile: High acidity, medium body, fruity fragrance, citric and sweet notes

Region Magdalena
Producer Wayland Origin
Variety Caturra
Process washed
Type Washed Arabica
Harvest from March to June
Shipping from August to December
Unit GrainPro Sack à 70kg
Full body with sweet notes of chocolate and juicy apricot, with a hint of black Tea.

In the heart of the majestic Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, lies a sanctuary of harmony and community, the realm of Anei’s organic coffee.
High amidst the verdant slopes, where the mists of dawn embrace the lush foliage, 700 families from four indigenous communities: Arhuacos, Koguis, Kankuamos, and Wiwas,
alongside local farmers, tend to the sacred land. Their hands nurture the delicate coffee plants, their spirits intertwined with the rhythm of the earth.

In the heart of Anei’s sanctuary, a sacred fire burns eternal, a beacon of hope and renewal. For here, amidst the ancient groves, the spirits of the Sierra are honored and revered.

Each cup of Anei’s organic coffee is a testament to this sacred bond, a taste of the mountains’ timeless wisdom.