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Castillo is the fruit of farmers' labor and 23 years of research at the Cenicafe Columbia Research Center.
Flavor profile: juicy coffee with a rounded body and alcoholic character, a bouquet of dried fruits and red apples.
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Farm Santa Rosa is located at an altitude of 1,700 meters above sea level; the size of the farm is 1 hectare, on which the Castillo trees are planted. The berries for this micro-lot were harvested in May, and processing was completed in June; they are washed in a washed way: fermentation time was 14 hours, drying time was 8 patio days.
The farm belongs to Jesus Floriberto Trujillo and is located near the Indo settlement, central part of the Ancuya municipality, Nariño region. The area of the entire municipality is 37 sq. kilometers. The municipality of Ancuya was officially founded in 1534 by Franciscan monks, and the culture of the region was shaped by the fusion of the traditions of the Spanish conquerors and the indigenous peoples. In addition to coffee, the municipality also grows potatoes, for which it is known throughout Colombia, sycamore, yucca, peanuts, limes and avocados, and of course sugar cane. In the central part of the municipality, mainly coffee, sugarcane, plane trees and tomatoes are grown; the climate here is mild, perfect for growing coffee.
Colombia is the world's third largest producer of coffee and the second largest producer of Arabica grown on the slopes of the Andes. Main regions: Armenia, Medellin, Tolima, Caldas, Kindia, Cauca, Popayan, Nariño, Huila, Antioquia. The climate in the lowland areas is humid tropical, in the mountains at an altitude of more than 1200 meters above sea level, the daytime temperature varies from 18 to 24 ° C. The rainy season lasts from April to July and from October to November. Soils are rich in minerals, volcanic.
Azahar Coffee Company is engaged in sourcing and exporting Specialty quality Colombian coffee and promoting it in the domestic market. The company works with small farmers, mid-sized farmers, cooperatives and coffee growers' associations in the main coffee departments of Colombia. CompanyAzahar coffeehas developed a system of bonus payments to farmers (from 1,000,000 to 1,400,000 Colombian pesos per hag), which allows them to be confident in their welfare and future. HaveAzahar coffeehas its own roaster in Quindio and two coffee shops in Bogota.