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Colombian Coffee Bean | introduction to Coffee beans in the Manor of Cymbidium production Line

Published: 2024-07-18 Author:
Last Updated: 2024/07/18, When it comes to coffee, we have to mention Colombia, which is the third largest coffee producer after Brazil and Vietnam and the world's largest exporter of Arabica coffee beans. Because of its elegant geography and climate, Colombia produces high-quality coffee. Colombia is located in the north of South America

When it comes to coffee, we have to mention Colombia, which is the third largest coffee producer after Brazil and Vietnam and the world's largest exporter of Arabica coffee beans. Because of its elegant geography and climate, Colombia produces high-quality coffee.

Colombia, located in the north of South America, is a land and sea country. The topography of Colombia is roughly divided into western mountains and eastern plains, mainly the Andes in the west and Orinoco and Amazon plains in the east. Colombian coffee is mainly grown in the Andes, where the annual temperature is about 18 ℃ and the annual rainfall is 2000 to 3000 mm. And because it is located in the tropics, the mountain steps provide a diverse climate, making it a harvest season all year round. Colombia's high-altitude mountains, volcanic soils and different microclimates provide a real natural pasture for coffee.

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Colombia has a large land area, so there are many coffee growing areas in Colombia, and due to the mountain terrain, different microclimate and other planting conditions, the taste of coffee grown in each region has many differences. At present, the more famous producing areas in Colombia are Antioquia, Sattainder, Huila, Narino and so on.

Located in southern Colombia and the southern part of the Central Mountains, Whelan Province is made up of the central and eastern mountains of the Andes, mostly in the Magdalena Valley and is Colombia's most famous boutique coffee producing area. This area is a hilly land surrounded by mountains. Coffee is planted at an altitude of 1200-1800 meters, and the temperature is basically between 17 °C and 23 °C. High altitude, volcanic soil, rich water resources and unique climate make the coffee produced in this area pure, balanced and soft. The introduction to Qianjie Coffee Columbia Coffee beans are from the Huilan producing area.

Demarcation line Manor Finca El Diviso

There are many well-known manors in Huilan producing area, such as the dividing line manor Finca El Diviso. The estate, a small 14-hectare farm, is a family business that has produced coffee for 27 years. Founded by Jose Uribe Lasso in 1996, it is now mainly run by his grandson Nestor Lasson and is mainly staffed by family and friends. Nestor is young and energetic, constantly striving for excellence in coffee cultivation and processing, not only dealing with varieties such as bourbon, Kaddura and Rosa, but also introducing rare varieties such as pink bourbon, claw and Castillo.

The dividing Line Manor became famous at the 2022 World Coffee Competition (WBC). Anthony Douglas, a contestant from Australia, adopted the Hickpaw coffee beans from the dividing line manor and won the championship, making the dividing line manor and the coffee beans popular.

Xizhuo sidra variety

In the past few years, there has been a growing trend in the use of rare varieties in world coffee competitions. In some sources, the Hejaw variety originally came from the province of Picincha, Ecuador, and may have originated from the Nestle coffee breeding facility in the region, which used Ethiopian and bourbon varieties to develop hybrid varieties, although the agency was closed several years ago, it is believed that Hijaw province is "one of the unreleased varieties". Later, the sidra samples were genetically tested and found that they were genetically similar to the Ethiopian native varieties, so the claw had the same floral aroma and fruit acid.

And the claw needs to grow in a shady environment and is suitable for planting in areas above 1600 meters above sea level. In terms of yield, Xizao's yield is high because it is resistant to several pests and diseases, but not resistant to leaf rust and some coffee berry diseases.

Qianjie Coffee Columbia dividing Line Manor Coffee Bean producing area: Huilan producing area / processing Plant: dividing Line Manor elevation: 1700-1850 meters above sea level varieties: claw treatment: double anaerobic sun treatment flavor: grape passion fruit apricot preserved fruit citrus fermentation

This demarcation line of Qianjie Coffee uses double-layer anaerobic sun treatment and medium-shallow roasting for the coffee beans on the manor. In front of the street, the proportion of V60Jing 1purl 15 and 92 ℃ will smell the fermented wine, and there will be grape, passion fruit, preserved apricot fruit and other fruit flavors in the mouth, with citrus-like acidity and soft taste.

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