One of the best coffees of the world is produced in Colombia,from its original Timbío and Cauca regions, it is taken to the consumers around the world.
The southwest mountains of Colombia integrate a nation of geographical extremes of fertile soils and pleasant diverse climates. As part of the six geographical natural regions, Colombia has:
The Andes mountain range
The Pacific Ocean Coastal
The Caribbean Sea Coastal
The Amazon rainforest
The Insular Area
Through its centered majestic rivers of the long beautiful chain of mountains in the southwest, snow-covered volcanoes breath out as always green vigilantes from the Andes to the multihabitat landscaping and diversified organic natural environments. Tropical forests and beaches from the north lines to the west to sum the deserts and vast grasslands of the Llanos in the east. The southern part is warm, wet, jungle-filled called Chocó that reaches Panamá borders. Perpetual dense forests in the Amazon Basin take almost the entire southern half of the Colombian territory.
Colombia is considered one of the most biologically diverse countries on Earth. In general, the southern and eastern portions of the country are mostly and sparsely filled of inhabited tropical rainforests and inland plains containing states of large livestock farms, operational oil and gas production facilities that are very productive and now habituated with peaceful small farming communities. Some communities are indigenous tribes that constitute the most robust productive groups composed by their culture, dialects, traditions and land of diverse agricultural resources.
Some communities are indigenous tribes that constitute the most robust productive groups composed by their culture, dialects, traditions and land of diverse agricultural resources.
The Pacific Coastal Region is the major southwest portion that ranges from the Pacific seaboard to the west chain of green mountains and coffee plantations among other products.Paramos and volcanoes form the Cordillera Occidental surround coffee farmers and land portions of land where they growth and harvest one of the best coffees of the world.
From the Panama border to the border of Ecuador, the Pacific Ocean region covers an area of 80,000 square kilometers, many of them with coffee plantations in the southwest of Colombia.
The Colombia Pacific region, is an authentic landscape of productive land of organic coffee representing a beautiful panorama of nutritional resources.
Minerals from the terra land are vital segments that sustain the regional and municipal economies in the life of families and their generations. This region specially stimulates the coffee production as one of the most competitive coffee quality of beans.
One of the best coffees of the world is produced in Colombia, from its original Timbío and Cauca regions, it is taken to the consumers around the world. Wherever GranoTerra delivers its Colombian coffee beans in the world, we strive to deliver a final product with an integrated good flavor quality with the best specialty characteristics as one of the best coffee beans.
We serve our clients with long-term lasting flavor and special care. The quality values are aimed to exceed your standards and satisfaction requirements as coffee consumers for all occasions, at any time, covering your needs and flavor predilections anywhere on earth.