Farm // Finca La Falda
Varietals // Caturra, Castillo & Colombia
Process // Washed
Region // Huila
Notes // Sugarcane • Melon • Dried Apricots
Garzón has always been an area that produces coffee and cacao. The majority of the farms in the region lie between 1200-1600masl, and in recent years the area has had huge problems with leaf rust, due to warm temperatures found on the majority of the farms.
‘La Falda’ derives from Garzón, the name coming from the shape of the mountains against the horizon, which looks like a skirt. This coffee has notes of coriander seeds, yellow fruit, panela, and caramel. It has a silky body, bright orange acidity with hints of almonds.
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