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Single Origin Colombian

(1 customer review)

$15.99 - $42.56

Tasting Profile: Balanced body and acidity with brown sugar, lemon, almond and cocoa.

Roasted Light-Med – Light body

1200-2100 meters above sea level

Anei (the Association of Indigenous and Campesino Agroecological Producers of the Sierra Nevada)

Certified Organic; FLO farms

Founded: 1995

Total Members: 447

Female Members: 85

 

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Single Origin Colombian. Have you heard about the Colombian Hippos? They’re in the news again for all the reasons you may think. While we don’t know what to do about feral African hippos who have outstayed their welcome on their tourist visas. We sure know a lot about Single-origin Colombian coffee. Since the days of Juan Valdez, Colombia has been world-renowned for its coffee. Not so much for their hippos, but still an intriguing story. So if you want a bit of extraordinary in your morning joe, you can’t go wrong with the sustainably sourced beans from the highland regions of the Sierra Nevada

Tasting Profile: Balanced body and acidity with brown sugar, lemon, almond and cocoa.

Roasted Light-Med – Light body

1200-2100 meters above sea level

Certified Organic; FLO farms

Founded: 1995

Total Members: 447

Female Members: 85

Located in Northern Colombia, the Anei (the Association of Indigenous and Campesino Agroecological Producers of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and the Serranía del Perijá) 

was founded in 1995 by Aurora Izquierdo. As the first Arhuaco woman of the Yewrwa community to obtain a university degree, her goal was to organize the local indigenous and farmer economies. Using coffee as a tool to secure the future of those communities. Through the implementation of eco-sustainable programs and projects, she strengthened organizational processes. She reclaimed the social, economic, and cultural rights of members. As a result, ANEI produces high-quality organic coffee grown in harmony with and with respect for Mother Earth.

The Anei cooperative consists of indigenous Arahuacos, Cogis, Güigüas, Kankuamo, and Campesino groups among its 700+ members scattered through the southeastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Anei seeks to support indigenous cultures in the region by sustaining autonomous governance structures, supporting local “cabildos,” and deferring leadership to local “mamos” or village elders. They also support local economies by managing community shops known as “Jwi Kakumay.”

Pair in a 3 pack sampler or on its own. If you’re going to go to the trouble of sourcing, delicious Colombian coffee, it might as well have an interesting story or two.

Additional information
Sizes

340 g, 454 g, 908 g

Grind

Whole Bean, Regular Grind, Espresso, Keurig, French Press

Reviews (1)

1 review for Single Origin Colombian

  1. Kerry

    This is my favourite at WBCC. Love the fruity notes. It’s a light roast that’s definitely full of flavour.

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