Colombia -Juanambu

Sale price Price $17.80 Regular price Unit price  per 

We taste - Chocolate, Tart cherry and Citrus acidity.

Named after the Juanambu River in South-West Colombia, in the region of Nariño. It is a river that sits deep inside the Andes Mountain Range, with some of the most incredible landscapes in the entire country.

This lot is carefully constructed, with every single small lot individually cupped various times before being included within the main lot. In addition to cup quality, each coffee must meet strict physical requirements, including our guidelines for moisture content and water activity. The first time a lot is cupped is when the producer brings a sample to our buying station. Upon approval, the producer will then bring the lot down to the warehouse where it will be cupped again, taking a sample from each sack to ensure consistency. Upon final approval, the parchment coffee is packed in grain-pro and remains untouched until the entire lot is milled. Juanambu represents the hard work of dedicated producers who work with us because they believe in our model and appreciate the fact that we buy across all ranges of qualities that they produce in a harvest. In addition to simply paying fair prices, we offer feedback on every-single-lot cupped (whether purchased or not) and as we are able to purchase across all ranges of quality, we can confidently ask producers to make adjustments in their processing, while reducing their concern over price volatility.

This coffee contributes to an important part of the supply because these are very well processed coffees that might not hit "single-farm micro-lot" quality, but nonetheless are beautiful coffees that deserve fair payments. The producers who contributed to this lot grow Caturra, Colombia, and Castillo with farms sitting at a range of elevations between 1,750 and 2,100 meters.


Producer: Co-op

Location: Nariño

Farm: Co-op (small farms in Nariño)

Elevation: 1,750 and 2,100 meters.

Variety: Caturra, Colombia, and Castillo

Processing: Washed

Sourced By: Coffee Quest

We Paid: $10.89/ Kilo