**PLEASE NOTE — THIS PRODUCT IS 150g**
Inmaculada Coffee Farms nestles in the village of Pichindé, a picturesque region within the Valle del Cauca state in Colombia. This area, enveloped by the Andes mountain range and the Farallones National Park, boasts an elevation ranging from 1,700 to 2,000 meters above sea level.
The Holguin Ramos family, renowned for their extensive history in the agroindustry spanning over ninety years, recognized the abundance and warmth of this land. In 2010, they established “Inmaculada Coffee Farms” as a sustainable expression of gratitude towards the Pichindé community, aiming to give back the love and joy they’ve received.
Initially, the land was nothing more than pasture and brush, but due to its inherent nature, altitude, climate, and their diligent efforts, it evolved into the perfect habitat for cultivating exotic coffee varieties. The plantation now hosts some of the finest coffee beans ever grown on Earth, surrounded by diverse cover plants such as guamo, acacias, lemon, guabos, citronella, and the tephrosia shrub, providing an ideal shaded environment for producing exquisite exotic coffee beans.
Unexpectedly, these selected beans yielded some of the world’s most exceptional coffee aromas and flavors, ranging from a complex Bourbon to a fruitful Gesha, an aromatic Eugenioides, an intense Sudan Rume, or a light Laurina.
History of Inmaculada Coffee Farms
Employing an agroforestry approach, Inmaculada plantation integrates trees or shrubs with agricultural crops, focusing on optimal conditions for producing exotic variety coffee. Quality takes precedence over quantity, seeking continuous improvement in cup quality.
Geisha, a highly sought-after coffee variety known for its aromatic and floral cup profile, has gained significant demand in recent years. The allure of Geisha lies in the industry’s shared notion of superior flavors, especially those driven by fruit, tea, or florality.
The farm spans a total of 59.15 hectares, comprising 34.15 hectares of coffee, 11.14 hectares of forest, and 13 hectares of buildings and gardens. Geisha, Laurina, Eugenioides, and Rume Sudan are planted on the farm.
For instance, this lot specifically focuses on Geisha processed through the natural method:
- Cherry sorting and cleaning
- Transfer to drying houses equipped with specialized oreadors utilizing a vacuum system to ensure even and controlled drying.
- Initial 48-hour drying without rotation, followed by thrice-daily rotation in boxes, totaling 20 days of drying.
- Post-drying rest and vacuum packing for exportation.
After this meticulous process, the coffee undergoes a period of rest and cupping, subsequently categorized as Family Reserve or Signature based on cup quality and profile.
Geisha, when brewed, presents as a complex, floral, expressive, vibrant, and delightful coffee, attracting attention and higher prices owing to its uniqueness and origin traceable back to Ethiopia.
Our roast profiles are all considered omni-roast — we believe the profile created for this coffee is just right, therefore roast adjustments are not needed for filter or espresso. Simply adjust your brew ratios to suit your taste.
Please visit our brew guides for detailed information on how to brew your coffee. Additionally, if you would like to ask for a bit of extra help, we always welcome questions via email or Instagram where we can try and help you by text.