Colombia is the second-largest producer of coffee in the world and the largest producer of washed and Arabica coffees.  Annually, Colombia exports approximately 12.5 million bags and consumes 2 million bags internally.

Colombia only produces washed Arabica coffee. There are three primary varieties grown in Colombia, and the coffee is referred to by the region in which it is grown.

The Huila region is located at the south central of the country. It produces coffee of a quality that has not failed to astonish us in recent years. The area is well known for the quality and good size of its coffee beans. It is a quality that has been rewarded on numerous occasions in recent national and international competitions.

Despite this success, however, it is a coffee-producing region that has remained humble and authentic. The vast majority of its producers manage small farms, covering mainly between 1 and 5 hectares, with yields of between 10 and 15 bags of exportable coffee. The coffee industry recognizes the high quality of the coffees produced in this region and has always encouraged fully-washed processing, providing training opportunities for producers to further improve quality and consistency over time.
Its soil and the climate conditions are the perfect cocktail to develop a very complex cup profile, being its main feature the medium high acidity with citric notes that give the origin to our Limon coffee as one of the most important in Colombia.


Grown in the heart of a large coffee region, at an altitude of between 1,300 and 1,700 metres, this coffee comes from small farms run by producers who receive constant training on how to improve the quality of their production. In addition to the very unique quality of its cup, which differs from other regions. 


This coffee offers citric notes, green apple but with caramel, almond and vanilla.


Colombia Huila