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Colombia Alturas de Buesaco
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Colombia Alturas de Buesaco

Papaya, honeysuckle, raspberry

Alturas de Buesaco presents a curated selection of the top lots from nine farmers living in the mountainous farmlands surrounding the town of Buesaco. Bright notes of papaya, honeysuckle, and raspberry sing in this exquisite expression of the 2021 Nariño peak-harvest season.



Coffee Details

Origin
Colombia
Department
Nariño
Elevation
1800 - 2100 meters
Producers
Nine farmers
Varieties
Caturra, Colombia, Castillo, Tabi
Process
Washed

ABOUT THE COFFEE

Colombia Alturas de Buesaco

Colombian mountains

The town of Buesaco sits in the northwest corner of Nariño at the convergence of the three branches of the Colombian Andes, where high-altitude tropics meet markedly cooler alpine conditions, yielding rich lands ideal for coffee cultivation. Tiny coffee farms pepper the mountainsides—while the average farm in Nariño is roughly two hectares (five acres), the majority of Buesaco’s farmers hold significantly less land, delivering coffee in small quantities to local purchasing points each season.

Coffee cherries
Drying coffee

Our exporting partner in the region, Sareni SAS, receives coffee from these farmers and focuses solely on collecting high-quality parchment. From these selections they curate intentional blends that showcase the terroir of the region and the beauty of the seasonal harvest cycle. Alturas de Buesaco presents the top coffees from the 2021 peak harvest season, and we’re delighted to be roasting it exclusively for you to enjoy.

Farmers in the field picking coffee
Coffee cup illustration