Flavor Profile: Sweet, Fruity with a mild acidity (considered one of the sweetest and mildest coffees).
It is estimated that more than 500,000 and 2 million individuals depend on income from coffee in Colombia.
Coffee is clearly the most important economic product in Colombia while it is also the third-largest producer of coffee beans in the world only following Brazil and Vietnam.
Coffee beans were first brought to Colombia in the early 1700s by Jesuit priests who arrived with Spanish settlers. The crops were originally harvested in the northeast part of the country yet today it is grown and harvested across the nation by small family farms.
The flavor profile is a sweet and mild acidity with notes of fruit and sugar. The bean has a smooth and rich texture with a complex yet pleasing aroma.
Colombian coffee beans are generally considered one of the sweetest flavored arabica coffees.
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