Colombian Coffee

Colombia coffee is rightly prized by coffee drinkers. After Brazil it is the world's largest grower and producer of coffee. It is especially famed for the quality of the arabica coffee grown there (in fact, Colombia produces more arabica coffee than Brazil). Coffee growers in the country are federated, and small independent plantation owners rather than large farms are the norm for the country. In fact, there are over half a million coffee workers in the country - almost all of whom sort the beans by hand. With its humid growing conditions, it is thought that Colombia may be one of the countries most susceptibly to climate change, which is another reason for our own ecological stance. Colombian coffee is sweet, light and yet gently acidic - and the perfect arabica beans grown here make for a rich, indulgent artisan coffee.

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