Farm Details:
Farm Name: Las Brisas
Producer: Juan Guillermo Londoño
Town: Arabia, Risaralda
Altitude: 1500 – 1600
Variety: Catiope, Caturra, Colombia


Purchasing Details:

Coffee name: Las Brisas
Process: Natural
Production Capacity Harvest 1 (March – June): 500 KG
Production Capacity Harvest 2 (October – December): 1500 KG
Exwork KG price: 9 USD
Notes:It is a coffee with a very good rate, which highlights the sweet and filling notes much more. Chocolatey cupping profile with red fruits and hazelnut notes.

Coffee name: Las Brisas
Process: Washed
Production Capacity Harvest 1 (March – June): 10 TON
Production Capacity Harvest 2 (October – December): 20 TON
Exwork KG price: 5.25 USD
Notes: Chocolate cupping profile with sugar cane, honey, and ripe orange notes.

LAS BRISAS is a coffee farm that believes in sustainability and continuous development of the coffee and agricultural industry in Colombia. They are comprised of approximately 40 productive hectares which includes their land as well as their neighbors. It works under the premise of efficiency and quality, constantly innovating in processes with sustainability of the environment in the top of mind. One specific project they have implemented is their EcoMill which, along other initiatives, makes a reduction of the water needed to process the coffee.  LAS BRISAS works under the cherry center model, meaning their neighbors deliver the cherries picked and LAS BRISAS is in charge of processing them under their high quality standards. 

Juan and Manuel, father and son, are the production leaders of the farm. Juan is the third generation of coffee growers in their family and Manuel has make a name in the coffee industry under the name of roasted coffee brand MOARA. Juan is a visionary that has worked before in big exporting companies taking the best coffee Colombia has to offer abroad. Today, he gets excited anytime Las Brisas coffee is sent to our clients. 

Juan and Manuel are land lovers and they are convinced they can plant life through the coffee plantations, they want to transform Colombian coffee culture so it’s more sustainable, they know the potential of Colombian agriculture. To do that they study the processes very closely so each time they can produce higher quality, big volumes, different origins coffees. They produce and sell coffee in parchment.