Last year, Green Bean buyers of Momos Coffee stayed in Colombia for about a month and 15 days, visiting many farms across Colombia.The Andes Mountains, which stretch north and south, are one of the physically demanding mountains when visiting rugged terrain and high altitude, but they were one of the most dedicated mountain areas to introduce good coffee.We are going to introduce a variety of Colombian coffee this September.I hope you can feel the charm of colorful Colombian coffee.
Situated in the northwest of the South American continent, Colombia is the fourth largest country in South America, bordering the Caribbean and the Pacific Ocean.
Colombia, which is dominated by the Andes, boasts a high altitude of three mountain ranges, and Bogota, the capital city at an altitude of 2,600 meters above sea level, is also the highest city in the world.Coffee harvesting is possible throughout the year on the land that runs north and south, so the main harvest season is summer in the south and winter in the north, and the taste of coffee is characterized by region.
Arley Calderón, one of Huila's young coffee producers, started growing coffee at the age of 15 when he received a small piece of land from his father to produce coffee.
He started growing specialty coffee in 2015 and started to invest in various varieties and is continuing his various attempts by growing dozens of varieties such as Gesha, Papayo, and Katuron.Currently working with Kopinet, he is also mentioned as a star producer in Colombia.