By carefully integrating the best of Arabica Coffee cultivated by the indigenous families and farmers of the Antioquia region of Colombia, we offer OROPARDO, which, due to the unique conditions in which it is grown, is considered a single origin coffee. It is processed with no mixture of by-products or varieties other than Arabica, thus preserving the high quality of its beans and offering a wide variety of fragrances, aromas and flavors for the most demanding tastes.
Each cup of JAIBANÁ coffee offers the best combination of all types of fragrances, aromas and flavors: floral, fruity, chocolate, spices, caramel, herbal, cereal, etc. These riches are due to the high quality and fineness of the 100% Colombian Arabica varieties (rich in aromas, very fragrant, sweet, slightly acidic and with less caffeine).
“Los 7 Monjes”, which we offer in a wide variety of flavors and aromas, is an amazingly smooth coffee, thanks to its natural roasting process and cultivars grown at 1,400 to 1,700 meters above sea level. All this allows the consumer to enjoy a cup with an unparalleled acidity, with a touch of the flavor of cane sugar and chocolate and with delicious citrus notes, which we hope will accompany the pleasant gatherings, secrets, stories or confessions where new stories will be created and recreated.
What is a specialty coffee?
The poet Delille (1738 - 1813) referred to this wonderful drink in these terms:
"...Tis thou, divine coffee, for thine is the art, without turning the head yet to gladden the heart..."
In the book "Coffee Production Systems in Colombia", the first category of coffees, that is to say Single origin coffees, are those “derived from a specific country, region or farm, and which possess unique qualities due to the fact that they are grown in special locations, and are sold to the final consumer without being mixed with coffees of other qualities or origins". .
Aims at creating a greater balance in the chain of production and commercialization.
Single origin coffees
Devotes all its efforts to carefully selecting high quality grains from the Arabica species.