Colombian Coffee production and Coffe Cultural Landscapes of Colombia-CCLC

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The importance of coffee in the world's economy ,the reason of the high quality of Colombian Coffee and the lovely landscapes in the Colombian coffee region.

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Colombian Coffee production and Coffe Cultural Landscapes of Colombia-CCLC

  1. 1. Coffee is more than popular: it's ubiquitous. No other beverage is as revered or respected. It can be seen in offices, during commutes, and on kitchen counter tops worldwide.
  2. 2. After crude oil, coffee is the most sought commodity in the world Coffee is worth over US$100 billion worldwide. That puts it ahead of commodities like natural gas, gold, sugar and corn.
  3. 3. Coffee exporting alone is a $20 billion dollar industry, mostly consumed by industrialized nations while being produced by countries in developemt.
  4. 4. Coffee farms are the economic livelihood of over 25 million people. Coffee is grown in over 50 countries in Asia, Africa, South America, Central America and the Caribbean And 67 percent of the world's coffee is grown in the Americas alone.
  5. 5. Colombia, the world's largest producer of mild coffee Colombia: Gate to South America
  6. 6. Worldwide production area Thanks to this location, in Colombia it is possible to gather coffee year round.
  7. 7. Say good morning with a cup of colombian coffee on your hand. lgv
  8. 8. The Colombian Coffee Brand
  9. 9. The Juan Valdez logo
  10. 10. The real Juan Valdez
  11. 11. “To be able to truly appreciate a cup of Colombian Coffee, it is very important to know the work and effort of many people towards assuring the quality of the final product for the consumers in the world. The union of those efforts has allowed building, after many decades, a system that backs up this unique product hardly replicable by any other origin of coffee in the world.” www.cafedecolombia.com
  12. 12. Propagation nurseries The beginning
  13. 13. The high quality of Colombian coffee Production process of Colombian coffee The selection and benefice (the process of post harvest that includes depulping, washing and drying) of coffee cherries constitutes without any doubt one of the most arduous, meticulous, and personalized jobs of the whole coffee production chain. It is in those processes (six stepssix steps) when a high quality coffee is obtained.
  14. 14. The six steps Production process of Colombian coffee 1-Gathering of coffee cherries: Only totally ripe cherries, normally red or yellow, are picked. 2-Pulping: The same day the berries are gathered, they are subjected to a pulping process, whereby the berry is removed from the bean. 3-Fermentation: During this part of the process, the beans are allowed to rest. 4-Washing: The remains of mucilage left on the bean are removed and sugars are eliminated with fresh water. 5-Drying: After washing, the beans are exposed to the heat of the sun for their humidity to decrease, thus facilitating their conservation. 6-Roasting: The process comes to an end with the roasting of the coffee. The green bean is subjected to a heat source, and delicious aroma and flavor are generated.
  15. 15. Climate and geographic location Coffee requires specific climatic conditions for its growth Geographic location: The ideal conditions for cultivation are found between 1,200 and 1,800 meters above sea level. Temperature: The optimal temperature for coffee cultivation ranges between 19 and 21.5°C. Rain: Rain of between 1,800 and 2,800 millimeters per year, with a good distribution in the course of the year. Humidity of the air: In the coffee zone, the air must be humid. Sunshine and cloudiness: Sunshine in the coffee zone falls between 1,600 and 2,000 hours per year (4.5 to 5.5 hours of sun per day).
  16. 16. The harvest Production process of Colombian coffee To harvest one hectare of coffee at least 15 experienced coffee pickers are necessary.
  17. 17. The harvest Production process of Colombian coffee Red beans on branches
  18. 18. The harvest Production process of Colombian coffee Red beans on branches
  19. 19. The harvest Production process of Colombian coffee Red beans on branches
  20. 20. The harvest Production process of Colombian coffee Gathering of coffee cherries: During this stage, only totally ripe cherries, normally red or yellow, are picked. Green cherries spoil the taste of a cup of coffee. This process is performed entirely by hand.
  21. 21. The harvest Production process of Colombian coffee Harvested coffee beans
  22. 22. The harvest Production process of Colombian coffee Harvested coffee beans
  23. 23. The harvest Production process of Colombian coffee Harvested coffee beans To produceTo produce aa poundpound of roasted Colombianof roasted Colombian CoffeeCoffee it needs select aroundit needs select around 1,700 coffee1,700 coffee cherriescherries in optimum condition of maturity.in optimum condition of maturity.
  24. 24. Washing Production process of Colombian coffee Washing: The remains of mucilage left on the bean are removed and sugars are eliminated with fresh water.
  25. 25. Drying Production process of Colombian coffee Drying: After washing, the beans are exposed to the heat of the sun for their humidity to decrease, thus facilitating their conservation.
  26. 26. Packing Bags 125 pounds
  27. 27. Transportation
  28. 28. Transportation
  29. 29. Stocking and exportation
  30. 30. Coffee Industry ● Coffee manufacturing is a relatively simple process, including cleaning, roasting, grinding and packing processes, as shown in the figure. However, modern technology has led to complex processes, with an increase in speed of production and requiring laboratories for quality-control testing of the product. ● Coffee beans arrive at factories in 60 kg bags, which are unloaded mechanically or manually.
  31. 31. Flow chart of coffee manufacturing.
  32. 32. Roasting Production process of Colombian coffee
  33. 33. Roasting Production process of Colombian coffee On the left: Medium roast Colombian Supremo San Agustin, estate grown, organic, Fair Trade, coffee beans from Barrett's Micro Roast Coffee in Austin, Texas. In the middle: Colombian Supremo Fair Trade, estate and shade grown, organic medium roast beans from Red Bud Roasters in San Marcos, Texas. On the right: 'Colombian' medium roast beans from Starbucks.
  34. 34. How t he name Colombian Cof f ee is warrant y Of high qualit y and how is shown on t he commercial labels.
  35. 35. Final destination
  36. 36. Good coffee should be black as night hot as hell sweet as love!
  37. 37. Colombian cup of coffee Known for its rich body, well-balanced flavors, and heady aromas, Colombian Coffee delivers a predictable yet delicious cup of coffee time and time again.
  38. 38. The coffee degustation is like a trip through all the senses. Four factors must be taken into account when enjoying a cup of coffee. Acidity – Aroma – Body - Taste Coffee cupping
  39. 39. Coffee cupping
  40. 40. CCLC Coffee Cultural Landscape of Colombia “It's an exceptional example of a sustainable and productive cultural landscape unique and representative of a tradition that is a strong symbol for coffee growing areas worldwide” UNESCO
  41. 41. "Unesco declares as World Heritage the Coffee Cultural Landscape of Colombia that includes the regions of Quindio, Risaralda, Caldas and Valle del Cauca" CCLC Coffee Cultural Landscape of Colombia
  42. 42. Colombian coffee landscapes The most farms are located on the slopes of the three ranges of the Andes
  43. 43. Colombian coffee landscapes The most farms are located on the slopes of the three ranges of the Andes
  44. 44. Colombian coffee landscapes The most farms are located on the slopes of the three ranges of the Andes
  45. 45. Colombian coffee landscapes The most farms are located on the slopes of the three ranges of the Andes
  46. 46. Colombian coffee landscapes The most farms are located on the slopes of the three ranges of the Andes
  47. 47. Colombian coffee landscapes The most farms are located on the slopes of the three ranges of the Andes
  48. 48. Colombian coffee landscapes The most farms are located on the slopes of the three ranges of the Andes
  49. 49. Colombian coffee landscapes The most farms are located on the slopes of the three ranges of the Andes
  50. 50. Colombian coffee landscapes The most farms are located on the slopes of the three ranges of the Andes
  51. 51. Colombian coffee landscapes The most farms are located on the slopes of the three ranges of the Andes
  52. 52. Colombian coffee landscapes
  53. 53. Colombian coffee landscapes
  54. 54. Colombian coffee landscapes
  55. 55. Colombian coffee landscapes
  56. 56. Colombian coffee landscapes
  57. 57. Colombian coffee landscapes
  58. 58. Colombian coffee landscapes
  59. 59. Colombian coffee landscapes Architecture
  60. 60. Colombian coffee landscapes Architecture Building materials were, and remain in some areas bamboo and woods for the structures with clay tiles for the roofs.
  61. 61. Colombian coffee landscapes Architecture Building materials were, and remain in some areas bamboo and woods for the structures with clay tiles for the roofs.
  62. 62. Colombian coffee landscapes Architecture Building materials were, and remain in some areas bamboo and woods for the structures with clay tiles for the roofs.
  63. 63. Colombian coffee landscapes Architecture Building materials were, and remain in some areas bamboo and woods for the structures with clay tiles for the roofs.
  64. 64. Colombian coffee landscapes Architecture
  65. 65. Colombian coffee landscapes Typical small town on the lovely Colombian Coffee Region
  66. 66. Bogota DC Capital of Colombia
  67. 67. !Muchas gracias!

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