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Arabica Gourmet Coffee

If you are looking for Arabica gourmet coffee your best choice for quality and a wide selection is from the Colombian brands of organic coffee. Colombian coffee comes from the Cafetero, the mountainous region of Colombia between Bogotá and the Pacific. This region comprises the departments or administrative regions of Caldas, Risaralda, Quindío, parts of the Valle de Cauca and Antioquia the region Northeast of Tolima. The major cities in the Cafetero are Manizales, Pereira and Armenia.

Arabica Gourmet Coffee in Colombian Cafetero

Arabica Gourmet Coffee in Colombian Cafetero

In the Cafetero of Colombia they grow Arabica coffee, some of the finest in the world. Colombia has slipped behind Vietnam in volume of coffee production because Vietnam produces lower quality Robusta coffee beans they are no threat to Colombia in Arabica Gourmet Coffee. Colombia does not produce as much coffee as Brazil because it is a smaller country. However, Colombia specializes in Arabica gourmet coffee.

Brands of Colombian Arabica Gourmet Coffee

If you want into the Éxito supermarket on the lower level of the Fundadores Mall in Manizales you can buy Arabica gourmet coffee off the shelf for a few dollars a bag. Here are a few easily available examples of Arabica gourmet coffee.

Café Colombia Export by Casan: Northern región of Cauca Valley
Café La 14 by Cafexcoop S. A.: Sevilla, Cauca Valley
Café Excelso by Oma: Roasted in Bogotá
Café Aguila Roja: Cauca Valley
Olimpica Café: Barranquilla
Café Sello Rojo: Roasted and packed in Medellin
Medalla de Oro: Pereira, Risaralda
SR Coffee: Nariño, near Manizales

These coffees typically sell for around 7,000 Colombian pesos or $3.50 a pound on the shelf in Colombia. These same brands of Arabica gourmet coffee are found on Amazon selling for up to $20 a bag!

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    • BY WWW.BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG Arabica Gourmet Coffee
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ If you are looking for Arabica gourmet coffee your best choice for quality and a wide selection is from the Colombian brands of organic coffee.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Colombian coffee comes from the Cafetero, the mountainous region of Colombia between Bogotá and the Pacific.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ This region comprises the departments or administrative regions of Caldas, Risaralda, Quindío, parts of the Valle de Cauca and Antioquia the region Northeast of Tolima.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ The major cities in the Cafetero are Manizales, Pereira and Armenia.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Colombian Cafetero Home of Arabica Gourmet Coffees
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ In the Cafetero of Colombia they grow Arabica coffee, some of the finest in the world.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Colombia has slipped behind Vietnam in volume of coffee production because Vietnam produces lower quality Robusta coffee beans they are no threat to Colombia in Arabica Gourmet Coffee.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Colombia does not produce as much coffee as Brazil because it is a smaller country. However, Colombia specializes in Arabica gourmet coffee.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Brands of Colombian Arabica Gourmet Coffee
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ If you want into the Éxito supermarket on the lower level of the Fundadores Mall in Manizales you can buy Arabica gourmet coffee off the shelf for a few dollars a bag.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Here are a few easily available examples of Arabica gourmet coffee.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Café Colombia Export by Casan: Northern región of Cauca Valley Café La 14 by Cafexcoop S. A.: Sevilla, Cauca Valley Café Excelso by Oma: Roasted in Bogotá Café Aguila Roja: Cauca Valley Olimpica Café: Barranquilla Café Sello Rojo: Roasted and packed in Medellin Medalla de Oro: Pereira, Risaralda SR Coffee: Nariño, near Manizales
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ These coffees typically sell for around 7,000 Colombian pesos or $3.50 a pound on the shelf in Colombia.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ These same brands of Arabica gourmet coffee are found on Amazon selling for up to $20 a bag!
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Gourmet Coffee Taste and Aroma
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Ideally your gourmet coffee is healthy organic coffee. This means that the coffee free from many impurities found in regular coffee.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ However, the bulk of coffee production in Colombia follows sustainable agricultural practices. As such even Colombian coffee that is not certified as organic is commonly grown according to organic practices.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Because Colombia has effectively dealt with the problem of coffee leaf rust there is no need to spray Arabica gourmet coffee for this fungus.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ The Colombian Cafetero is mountainous, usually cloudy and rainy. These are ideal conditions for growing Arabica coffee.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Coffee is picked at the peak of perfection, carefully dried and sorted and then either shipped as green coffee beans or roasted and put in bags for retail sale.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Careful attention to detail leads to many brands of Arabica gourmet coffee in Colombia where they are basically spoiled by having wonderful coffee every day.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ Coffee aroma is also affected by roasting. The aroma of the original coffee predominates at lower roasting temperatures while the caramelization caused by roasting lends a burnt taste seen in French and Spanish roasts at higher roasting temperatures.
    • HTTP://BUYORGANICCOFFEE.ORG/1062/ARABICA- GOURMET-COFFEE-4/ No matter how you like your coffee roasted you will find many excellent brands of gourmet Arabica coffee in the Cafetero of Colombia.