Colombia Huila Supremo – Washed

Colombia Huila Supremo

Colombia Huila Supremo – Washed


*** Price per 1 Kg. ***
Jamison Savage has dedicated the last 10 years to building Finca Deborah in the Chiriqui highlands of Volcan, Panama. At more than 1900masl Deborah is one of the highest, shade grown coffee estates in the region.

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Colombia Huila Supremo – Washed

          Origin : Colombia

     Region : Huila

     Altitude : 1,520 – 1,650 Meters

     Varietal : Caturra, Typica

     Processing :  Washed

     Crop : October-February

Tasting Notes:

Fruity, Sweet, Caramel and Tart Fruit
87Pts. Intense aromas of Fruity and Sweet . acidity with a delicate medium body. It starts off caramel and with slight notes of tart fruit.

About :

We offer Colombia Supremo Huila both conventional and RFA certified. The RFA Huila comes from a group of small Rain Forest Alliance certified farms with an average size of 2 hectares each, located within the Huila department. Several purchasing agencies around the area meticulously control each purchase to guarantee traceability and quality. These small farms are planted in mostly Caturra, and processing is of the traditional method. They all use manual hand-crank depulping machines to remove the cherry from the beans. They use raised beds for drying the coffee which gives the coffee good air circulation and even drying. In short these folks oversee the transformation of their coffee cherry to dried parchment, which is a real benefit, allowing the farmer to oversee how their coffee is handled, sorted, and prepped every step of the way. Their efforts have been rewarded with a Rainforest Alliance Certification, one of the most demanding sustainability seals. The positive impact to the preservation of this regions’ biodiversity is substantial. They work closely with neighboring plantations to raise the awareness of the importance of organic and rainforest certifications, because they are influential for both the land and the workers.


Picking of only red cherries, separated by sections of the farm Mechanical de-mucilage is done due the heavy rains in the region during picking season. Drying happens on raise beds inside controlled temperature green houses in approximately 15 days

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