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The coffee industry is full of extraordinary women who, from the field to the commercialization, do a monumental task that is not always visible. The coffee you are enjoying passed through the hands of all of them who grew, processed, selected, cupped, roasted and brought it to you.

Our series will explore different origins, profiles and women through new micro lots of coffee.

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Beatriz Giraldo coffee grower

The farm is her home, where his son Pedro is also the protagonist. The work is difficult, sometimes it seems impossible, between the challenges of a less stable climate and market fluctuations, her special power is persistence. Their land is beautiful, biodiverse and fertile which allows Beatriz's coffees to be as unique as her.


Notes: Caramel, chocolate, almond, sugar cane. Delicate, juicy and prolonged acidity, creamy body.

Variety: Caturra

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1,500m


Diana Lorena Zambrano
coffee grower

With passion and determination she transformed her love for coffee into a thriving family business. Diana Lorena always finds time for her family, with her husband Edwar, who shares her vision and accompanies her in every step, they formed together a beautiful family with their two children, Kale and Melani. Despite facing challenges such as fluctuations in the coffee market, Diana Lorena and her family have persevered. Her farm became a model of sustainability and social responsibility, contributing to the well-being of the community, providing employment and support to other local coffee growers.


PROFILE Notes: Caramel, chocolate, delicate, juicy and prolonged acidity, creamy body.

Variety: Caturra

Process: Washing

Altitude: 2,000m



Carmenza Paya Cupaque
 Indigenous Nasa Pueblo grower - finca Mira Sol

A member of the Nasa tribe whose ancestral homeland is located in the south of Colombia, is part of a strong and vibrant culture that preserves their traditions and language. Carmenza and her family own the Mira Sol farm in La Estrella, Tolima where they grow and process extraordinary coffees.


We celebrate with her our first edition of our series Coffees of Extraordinary Women

blend of Gesha and Caturra with floral profile, lemongrass, and sugar cane. 8.8oz 

Diana Carmenza Ramirez
coffee grower

The beauty of the coffee-growing landscape of Guática, the pristine waters and stunning biodiversity, are the garden where Diana Carmenza and her family grow and process the coffee that you are about to enjoy. With floral, orange, blackberry, panela and chocolate notes, as well as a delicate, juicy and prolonged acidity, this blend of Castillo and Caturro tells the story of a woman connected to nature, with an exceptional knowledge of her coffee and a standard of unsurpassed quality.

Variety: Caturra

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1.920 m


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Andrea Cano
coffee grower

Andrea is pure joy! She is full of courage and conviction. Nothing is impossible for this extraordinary woman, driving her Jeep loaded with coffee or the motorcycle with passengers on board up the steep hills of San Rafael, Apía - Risaralda. She transformed the family lands into a farm of special coffees. She harvests, ferments and dries naturals, honeys and washed lots of exceptional quality. The farm is incredibly beautiful, with infinite landscapes where her two children grow up surrounded by love. She is the head of the household, a businesswoman and a committed daughter. Andrea's coffee transmits that strength with a creamy body, intense chocolate and very particular notes of nuts and tropics.

Variety: Caturra

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1.920 m

Cristina Bedoya

Creative and powerful, Cristina is a third generation coffee farmer.

Her work, and cooperation, allowed her to build their own coffee business from

La Tebaida farm in Apía, Colombia

La Tebaida farm, located at 1,800 meters, almost like a balcony with a view of the Risaralda valleys. A cup that will express the tradition of family and friendship, with well balanced notes of chocolate, caramel, wild blackberry, sugar cane, delicate acidity and a dense body.

Variety: Castillo

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1.800 m

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Georgina Largo Vargas

Coffee grower and teacher, mother, community leader, proud of her indigenous and Afro-Colombian ancestors.

Her dream is shared by her two daughters and grandchildren. Georgina, Paola and Susana's coffee comes from their home's garden. Every day they work on their agro-tourism project so you can enjoy a cup of coffee surrounded by birds, mountains and extraordinary stories.

Indigenous Reservation Sipirra,

Riosucio, Caldas - Colombia.

Organic practices - Coffee with a floral cup profile, malt, caramel, orange blossom, delicate acidity and silky body.

Variety: Castillo

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1,600m


Sandra Peña

Strong and persistent, daughter of farming parents, mother, wife and entrepreneur. The mountains and the coffee are connected with her dreams and her talent. Sandra is also a friend, an ally of others who, like her, see a future and a purpose in the coffee industry.

This dream of two women has been unconditionally accompanied by Carlos Grajales and his family from the farm where the coffee of these three friends is grown.


Olga Lucía Botero

A well known Q Grader and specialty coffee expert in Colombia, Olga has dedicated a large part of her life to coffee. She is a mother and a businesswoman, a leader and a source of motivation and strength for many other women in the industry.

Ana C Gómez

Teacher and designer by profession, Ana mobilizes and manages the projects of 94 Pueblos with the support of her family. Her dream is to transform the industry and the experience of all those who enjoy specialty coffees in Colombia, the United States and Canada.


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