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Country & region
Colombia, Caldas
Variedad Colombia, Castillo Naranjal
1800 masl
Nuanced, crisp fruit qualities, and a sweetness so bold it is palpable
This coffee defines the rules – it’s the rebel with a sweet cause
For us, sweetness is fundamental, and this is where our Colombian coffees shine. As washed coffee go, Villamaría ticks all the boxes that we at the lab search for. Nuanced, crisp fruit qualities, and a sweetness so bold it is palpable. Sourced via our friends at Raw Material, we are proud to offer you a year-round selection of exceptional filter from Colombia. The abundant natural resources and unique climate surrounding the region of Caldas has imparted a unique flavour profile into this coffee. It is tried and tested, delicious until the last drop.

Flavour notes Milk chocolate, physalis & caramel

⬤ ⬤ ⬤ ⬤ ⬤ ― sweetness
⬤ ⬤ ⬤ 〇 〇 ― acidity
⬤ ⬤ ⬤ ⬤ 〇 ― body
Image is from Raw Material
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The Stations: La Aurora and Jamaica
The Jamaica drying station is located in Chinchiná, Caldas, and is dedicated to producing washed, honey, and natural lots. The station represents the harvest from 30-50 local coffee producers in the Villarazo area, which is higher than the drying station itself. The Nuna dehydrator and mechanical drying systems allow for controlled humidity and temperature in the drying process, which is critical to promoting the processing of honey and natural lots. For the Villamaría washed coffee beans, they are delivered to La Aurora on the day of harvest and processed either directly at La Aurora or taken to Jamaica for processing, depending on the amount of coffee to be processed.

The coffee beans are floated and sorted at both La Aurora and Jamaica before being pulped and fermented for an average of 24 hours. They are then dried on raised beds, which helps to maintain even airflow and optimal drying time. This step is crucial to ensure the desired coffee flavor, and the process is closely monitored to ensure the highest quality.
Making a positive impact
Previously, high-altitude coffee beans in the Villamaría area were processed to a low final quality, but thanks to Raw Material’s investment in a central collection point at Finca La Aurora and large drying facilities in the Chinchiná area, Villamaría has now established itself as a producer of extremely high-quality lots (88-90pt).

Raw Material has a strong focus on sustainability and social responsibility in the production of their coffee. They collaborate with local coffee producers to ensure a stable and predictable income for smallholders, and they work to increase women in powerful positions in the coffee sector. Raw Material is also dedicated to environmental sustainability and works to minimize the impact of monoculture and high-input farming techniques by implementing low-cost interventions. This ensures more sustainable agriculture and contributes to the preservation of biodiversity in the area.
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