The town of Paez, named after the indigenous population of the region, is located in the Cauca district about 130km from the town of Popayan, where coffee is taken for milling. The people in Paez are farmers, growing not only coffee, but also beans, potatoes, corn, blackberries and other food. These are mainly smallholder farms with an average size of 3 hectares. This lot comes from the second harvest of the year and provides an exceptional example of a small-lot Colombian coffee.
Tasting Notes: clean, creamy body with rich and fruity cacao tones