Tasting notes of cherry, raisin and dark chocolate
The Planadas region of Tolima, Colombia is an isolated volcanic area, nestled between two national parks. Transportation of coffee is notoriously difficult, taking 12 hours of driving on dirt roads to reach the capital of the province.
The coffee is comprised of lots from over 6000 small farms, ranging from 0.5 to 6 hectares in size. The coffees from this region benefit from fertile volcanic soil, and have rich red fruit notes, along with the typical chocolatey body typical of Colombian coffees.