Campo Santo

Description Flavor

As most coffees from Tolima, this one has the very citric notes and fruity-floral aromas it is prized for.

Origin

Tolima is the third coffee producing region of Colombia characterised by a very pronounced aromamedium acidity and a sweet and subtle fruity flavour. Tolima coffees have consistently presented exceptional good cup profiles that position them today amongst the best.

 

History

Tolima is the third coffee producing region of Colombia with a 12% share of the total.
The total area of Tolima Province is 2.3 million hectares of which 108,700 are planted with coffee. High quality soils and abundant, natural water streams, flowing down from three snow peaked volcanoes with altitudes of up to 5,400 meters, naturally yield a sweet, medium to full bodied mild Arabica coffee, characterized by a very pronounced aroma, medium acidity and a sweet and subtle fruity flavour. Tolima coffees have consistently presented exceptional good cup profiles that position them today amongst the best. Planadas, located 252km south from Ibagué, Tolima’s capital, with a population of approximately 36,000 of which only 11,000 live in the urban area. This province is perhaps one of Colombia’s regions to have withstood FARC guerrilla’s longest presence, though its resilient community found in speciality coffee new hopes to construct a future in a post-conflict era. The hard work of associated farmers of Planadas to obtain certified, high quality coffees is increasingly acknowledged today as they reach new markets worldwide.