Jairo Arcila Decaf

Quindio, Colômbia

Cardamom, Macadamia, Milk Chocolate

250g
3 × 250g
Clear

Grind

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80 € / kg

This coffee offers a delightful blend of flavors with the warm, aromatic spice of cardamom, the creamy sweetness of milk chocolate, and the rich, buttery notes of macadamia

 

80 € / kg

 

This coffee offers a delightful blend of flavors with the warm, aromatic spice of cardamom, the creamy sweetness of milk chocolate, and the rich, buttery notes of macadamia

About the Farmer

Jairo Arcila is a third-generation coffee producer in Quindio, Colombia. Married to Luz Helena Salazar, they have two sons together: Carlos and Felipe Arcila, the co-founders of Cofinet. Jairo's first job was at the second-largest Colombian exporter as their milling manager. He continued to work there for over 40 years until his retirement in 2019. Jairo bought his first coffee farm, Finca La Esmeralda, in 1987, where he planted his first batch of Caturra. He was fortunate to make money from coffee production while working full-time for the local exporter. Using his savings, Jairo slowly managed to buy five additional farms: first Villarazo, then Mazatlan, Santa Monica, Maracay, and Buenos Aires. He planted native tree species in Santa Monica, Castellon, and Buenos Aires, which create shade, improve soil quality, and provide protection for Geshas, Tabis, and Javas planted at altitudes below 1500MASL. Jairo Arcila has been part of Cofinet since its inception, listening to his sons' expertise in harvesting, selecting, and processing coffee cherries. He has been able to showcase fantastic coffees with surprising profiles from the region through alternative processing methods. He employs 50 people during the harvest season.

Jairo bought his first coffee farm, Finca La Esmeralda, in 1987, where he planted his first batch of Caturra. He was fortunate to make money from coffee production while working full-time for the local exporter. Using his savings, Jairo slowly managed to buy five additional farms: first Villarazo, then Mazatlan, Santa Monica, Maracay, and Buenos Aires. He planted native tree species in Santa Monica, Castellon, and Buenos Aires, which create shade, improve soil quality, and provide protection for Geshas, Tabis, and Javas planted at altitudes below 1500 masl.

About Jairo Arcila Decaf

Producer

Jairo Arcila

Region

Quindio, Colômbia

Altitude

1400-1450 m

Varieties

Castillo

Harvest

Abr-Jun

Process

Natural

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