Farm: La Falda
Producer: Weber Cruz Trujillo
Region: Tarqui, Huila
Altitude: 1700 masl
Flavour Profile: Tropical fruits, Yellow raisin & Vanilla
Finca La Falda is owned by Weber Cruz Trujillo. Weber's father passed down knowledge of how to cultivate coffee and helped him to purchase his first lot when he decided to start his own farm.
The farm is 2 hectares and was founded by Weber on the 14th Feb 1997. It now has two varieties of coffee, Caturra making up around 30% with the main variety being Colombia. They have two harvests a year; The main harvest usually starts around May or June and Mitaca is the second harvest and normally starts in October.
Weber's wife, three daughters and two sons all help with production on the farm. The family takes care to only pick ripe cherries which are soaked for 12 hours before being depulped and fermented in buckets for around 30 hours. After this the coffee is washed thoroughly to remove all mucilage residue then loaded into sacks and carried on horseback for 1 hour back to the main farm to be dried. A mechanical dryer is used which normally takes around 15 days depending on the climate. The coffee is also rotated to promote even drying.
We buy this coffee directly with the help of Fairfield trading.
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