Colombia Huila Finca El Diviso Vereda Betania
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ABOUT THIS COFFEE
Don Enrique Puentes has been farming coffee in the village of El Diviso near the town Pitalito, Huila for more than 50 years on his five hectare farm. Over the years he has continued to improve his farming methods and now grows three varieties of arabica (Castillo, Colombia and Tabi) that enjoy the soil and climate of this region. Coffee grown on his farm is harvested, washed and fermented for 18 hours then sun dried to produce an excellent cup that reflects the finest flavor profile from the region.
The Huila department has largest volume of coffee production in Colombia with 154,980 hectares of land dedicated to the crop. Huila has held first place in coffee volume in Colombia since 2008 and has surpassed the production of traditional coffee regions such as Antioquia and the Central Valley. Production for 2017 exceeded 2.8 million 70 kg bags. Huila has around 96,000 family coffee farms with an average size of 1.5 hectares.
In recent years specialty coffees have taken on greater importance in the industry, and Huila has also become one of the first departments in Colombia to pioneer in specialty coffee production. Coffee growers have developed new processes of cultivation and have produced crops worthy of national and international awards.
Wholesale Origin is proud to partner with C.I. Inversiones Percol EU in Colombia to increase opportunities for small producers like Don Enrique Puentes to have their coffee enjoyed by a wider audience of roasters and coffee drinkers.
Varieties: Castillo, Colombia, Tabí
Crop: 2020 - 2021
Harvest: May – June and October - November
Farm: El Diviso
Producer: Enrique Puentes
Farm Size: 5 Hectares
Location: Pitalito Huila Colombia
Altitude: 1710 m.a.s.l
Humedity: 11,2 %
Process: washed and sun dried.
Fermentation: 18 hours in water.
Medium body / Medium acidity
Sweet cup , with notes of honey , dark chocolate and orange rind.
Cup score: 84+ points