About the farmers
High quality Arabica gourmet coffee grown in the mountains of Colombia in the middle of the Coffee Triangle. The high elevation, volcanic soil, and perfect weather conditions help create an ideal terrain to grow delicious coffee. Adding dedication, hard work, an attention to detail the results are something very special.
Tim Cummings, a Tempe, Arizona native, decided to move to Colombia with his wife, Ana Monsalve, after years of visiting her hometown Santa Rosa de Cabal. Since they were not independently wealthy we had to figure out a way to make a living while living in Colombia that they would both enjoy, and do together. Since they are big into organic living, gardening, and nature, they decided in 2016 to sell everything they own, buy a coffee farm, and work it themselves. They work with Javier, who is a more knowledgeable worker Tim and Ana have ever met, at any level. What he is able to accomplish daily still amazes them, and they know this dream of theirs would be impossible without Javier, his wife Soreida, and son Diego.
The farm, sitting at 5,410 feet/1,600 meters, with two-thirds of the border being a natural river, flowing from the volcanic region of Nevada Del Ruiz, which is still active and only 30 miles away, gives the benefits of rich volcanic soil that our plants absolutely love.
I definitely enjoyed the Colombian Timana. It’s a great roast. It’s very smooth and tastes great as is or with a splash of cream. I love to use the Chemex with this roast.
First time trying a coffee that wasn’t dark roasted, and this has an excellent chocolate flavor. Will order again.
So this coffee smells amazing, I woke up to this delicious brew the other morning. I normally drink the Primo blend or house blend but I will have to say this is another awesome coffee I have had the pleasure of drinking. I love getting coffee delivered to my doorstep, especially here lately with all the stay at home orders in place. Thanks to the friendly staff over there for the prompt delivery and great customer Service when I called in with questions.