Farm Details:
Farm Name: Las Brisas
Producer: Juan Guillermo Londoño
Town: Pereira
Altitude: 1400 – 1600
Variety: Catiope, Caturra, Colombia


Purchasing Details:

Coffee name: Las Brisas
Process: Lactic Fermentation, Natural
Production Capacity Harvest 1 (March – June): 1000
Production Capacity Harvest 2 (October – December): 2000
Current Availability: 300
Exwork KG price: 9 USD
Notes: Cupping profile with cacao, caramel, almonds, brown sugar and chocolate flavors.

Coffee name: Las Brisas
Process: Washed
Production Capacity Harvest 1 (March – June): 10000
Production Capacity Harvest 2 (October – December): 18000
Current Availability: 5000
Exwork KG price: 5.25 USD
Notes: Chocolate with tangerine, orange and hazelnut notes.

Las Brisas origins comes from Pereira, one of the greenest cities in Colombia. It is a drinking water factory thanks to the Otún Lagoon, the largest lagoon in Colombia and a tourist site that is worth visiting. Pereira turned 157 years old on August 30, after being founded in 1863, and is located throughout the center of the Coffee Triangle or Eje Cafetero, an Ecoregion that is home to 2.4 million inhabitants. Pereira has also a great location, is in the middle of the Golden Triangle, a region made up of the country’s main cities and centers of consumption: Medellín, Cali and Bogotá.

Since it’s so green, it makes for the best agriculture environment and of course coffee is no exception, that’s why this is such a great coffee region. It offers not only rich origins but also great innovation processes due to its closeness to other coffee regions.