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Castillo Caturra
1600 MASL
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Coffee in Nariño grows in 41 municipalities, with more than 54,000 families that grow 36,067 hectares of coffee of the Castillo, Colombia, Caturra, Borbón and Tabi varieties. Our coffee is defined as a coffee that presents high acidity, medium body, with sweet and floral notes.


Nariño Department is very recognized by the great specialty coffee its produced by its citizens, its capital is San Juan de Pasto, it is located in the southwest of Colombia, in the Andean and Pacific regions. Nariño has a diverse geography and varied climate according to the altitudes. Nariño coffee is planted at high altitudes; its soils have a high content of organic matter that make it possible to grow coffee at high altitudes that reach up to 2,300 meters above sea level. Its coffees are characterized by high acidity, sweet notes and pronounced aroma.

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