About the Coffee
Juan Tama is a pioneering organization of indigenous communities in the municipality of Inza in the Cauca department. Founded in 2008, the association encompasses 600 families with an estimated production of 10000 - 13000 bags of Excelso coffee. The association is dedicated to increasing organic and biodiverse food production and food autonomy with the goal of helping its member families enjoy prosperity.
Juan Tama provides farm assistance to its members in the form micro-loans and agronomic assistance such as crop management, in-farm processing and organic farm management.
With 16 coffee-producing regions along three mountain ranges and two harvests each year, Colombia is a fresh coffee powerhouse. The South American origin also has access to both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, which is a unique blessing for shipping logistics.
|Region||Inzá, Cauca department|
|Farm||Juan Tama Indigenous Councils Association|
|Variety||Castillo, Colombia, Caturra|
|Proc. Method ||Washed|
Tasting notes: Medium bodied & bright with chocolate, caramel, cherry, stone fruit, and red apple.
Website orders are roasted and packed every Monday and picked up Tuesday by USPS for delivery. As we only roast exactly as much of each coffee as we have known orders for, please be sure and place your order no later than 10 AM (PST) on Monday for fulfillment that week. Orders that come in later than that may not be fulfilled until the following week.
Here is a quick guide to what our shipping rates are based on the quantity you order:
Orders weighing 0 - 7.99 Pounds ship for $7.00.
Orders weighing 8 Pounds or more ship for Free!
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