An outstanding example of a sustainable and productive cultural landscape, unique and representative for a tradition that is a strong symbol of culture in the world, includes six agricultural landscapes, including 18 urban centers at the foot of the region, in the western and central mountains of Andes in the west of the country. It reflects the centenary tradition of coffee brewing on small plains in the middle of the forest and how farmers have adapted their crops to severe mountain conditions. Urban areas, mainly located on relatively flat tops of hills above sloping coffee fields, are characterized by the architecture of Antioquia colonization with Spanish influences. Building materials have been and remain in some areas, cob and pleated cane for walls with clay tiles for roofs.
Colombia produces just washed Arabica coffee. In Colombia, three primary varieties are grown, and the coffee is determined by the region in which it is grown. There are many areas in the country for coffee production. Colombia is capable of producing plenty of truly tasty and sought-after coffee.
Supremo is a coffee grading term in the classification of coffee in Colombia. Supremo coffee beans are slightly larger with a screen size of 17 and 18. This species is the largest size of beans for Colombian coffee.
This coffee has notes of citrus, chocolate, medium body, clean and balanced surface, vibrant acidity, caramel tips, and sweet taste.
There is no irresistible taste. It’s clean. It has a little high acidity of citrus in the front end. This makes the coffee a great morning coffee. Then it ends super clean without leaving no aftertaste.
If you are new to buying freshly roasted coffee and you do not know where to start, you cannot make a mistake when you start with our Colombian Supremo.
By day or by night, this coffee is always a favorite and will not disappoint you.
Colombia Supremo is 100% Arabica Coffee from Premium Quality.
At zazzproducts we directly import green coffee beans from Colombia to offer you the best cereals at competitive prices. We have excellent relationships with many farms and farmers who are trying to produce excellent coffee beans.
With our popular packaging, “Colombia Supremo,” for which the coffee is produced in Colombia. We offer excellent discounts for coffee shops and distributors when transferring savings from mass marketing.
Colombia is almost twice the size of Texas and has exported just under 6.5 million kilograms of 60kg coffee bag from October 2012 to June 2013. It is located in South America, at the border of Panama, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador and Brazil. Like Honduras, Colombia is also found in Tropic Cancer, as well as in the Tropic of Capricorn, which gives it an ideal climate for coffee brewing.
Colombia is a pioneer in the differentiation of its coffee because its producers are individual, regional and genetic coffee. Although coffee is not the main source of income for most families living in the countryside. Coffee is only a small percentage of the country’s economy, but it remains a national pride for all Colombia.