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Experience the Taste of Our Farms

A Mosaic of Flavors from 15 Colombian Coffee Farms

Discover Our Colorful Coffee Farms

At Colors of Nature, we are proud to harvest the finest green coffee and exotic varieties from our 15 different coffee farms scattered across Colombia's lush and diverse provinces, including Huila, Nariño, Cauca, and Cesar.

 

Our commitment to quality and sustainability is evident in every bean we produce. Join us on a journey to discover the vibrant colors and flavors of nature's bounty in every cup of our coffee.

LA NATURA FARM
 

The Multi Varietal Coffee Garden that touches the Sky and guards the Natural Forrest

Step into a world of magic and wonder at Finca La Natura, one of our most prized coffee farms nestled in the heart of Colombia's lush Huila province. In 2015 and 2016, Colores de la Naturaleza teamed up with a family of farmers to embark on a shared mission to create a better future for their children while also exploring the wonders of coffee and nature.

Here, at one of the highest coffee farms in Colombia, perched at an elevation of 2250m, we produce our own line of super exotic coffees and conduct extensive research to bring you the very best in quality and sustainability.

But that's not all. Finca La Natura is also home to a breathtaking Andean Cloud Forest, spanning 6 hectares of awe-inspiring beauty. As custodians of this pristine land, we are committed to protecting and preserving its natural wonders, from the melodious songs of hundreds of birds to the crystal-clear waters that flow from our beloved Pachamama. Come, join us on a journey of discovery and indulge in the magic of nature in every sip of our coffee.

FORESTA

FARM

We bring you exotic varietals from the most remote and mystical lands of Colombia. 

This project, created by Colors Of Nature, takes place in the impressive highlands where the Magdalena River is born, nestled between the prefectures of Huila and Cauca, in the south of Colombia. Our farm, Finca la Foresta, is located in one of the most remote areas of the Colombian Andes, where we have partnered with Mr. Mauricio Botina, our principal taster, and his cousin, Mr. Fernando Girón, who has lived on the farm all his life.

Together, we have launched a new varietal project, exploring the possibility of growing a coffee as juicy and sweet as the tropical fruits that Fernando grows on the farm. We believe that this project not only offers us an incredible opportunity to discover unique flavor profiles, but also contributes to the preservation of the Andean forest and this pristine environment. Our ultimate goal is to create a sustainable farm at La Foresta, and we are also exploring other activities that can help Fernando's family. To this end, we are initiating a new fish farming project on the farm, taking advantage of the crystal clear waters that run through the property.

Join us on this exciting journey as we explore the possibilities of coffee in its purest form and discover the hidden gems of the Colombian Andes.

A Shared Passion for Coffee: Meet Our Collaborators and Their Farms

At Colors of Nature, we are proud to work with a team of passionate coffee growers who share our commitment to sustainability and quality. What you may not know is that some of our collaborators also have their own coffee farms, where they apply the same principles and techniques that make our coffee so exceptional.

Meet the owners of La Miel, Los Lagos, and El Zafiro: three coffee farms that share our dedication to producing the best coffee possible. These farms are located in different regions of Colombia, each with its own unique climate, soil, and altitude, which gives the coffee a distinctive flavor profile.

Coffee Farm Los Lagos

San Agustín, Huila, Colombia.

In the heart of San Agustin, Huila, Colombia, lies the picturesque farm of Los Lagos, owned by Sandra Hiron and her husband Mauricio Botina.

With only 2 hectares of land, they have managed to produce high-quality coffee for the past four years. Despite the challenges that come with producing Caturra, their main variety, the couple is dedicated to ensuring that their coffee is of the highest quality possible.

They prioritize taste over ease, which is why they continue to produce Caturra despite the difficulties with coffee rust. The results speak for themselves - their coffee boasts a clean cup, cane sweetness, medium body, fruity aromas, and red fruit flavors.

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 El Zafiro Coffee Farm

Samanga Village, Popayan, Colombia.

The El Zafiro coffee farm in southwestern Colombia is owned by the Maca family, which has been producing exceptional coffee since 2013 in collaboration with Colores de la Naturaleza. Located near Popayán, at an altitude of 2,000 meters, the farm has rich volcanic soils and a unique microclimate ideal for growing coffee. 

The family grows the Castillo variety, as well as exotic varieties such as Geisha, Wush Wush, Typica and Bourbon. El Zafiro's dedication to quality has earned it several awards for excellence in coffee production, and the farm is highly regarded by connoisseurs around the world. By supporting El Zafiro, you are also contributing to the preservation of an important cultural heritage.

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Coffee Farm La Miel

San Agustín, Huila, Colombia.

In the heart of San Agustin, Huila, Colombia, lies the picturesque farm of Los Lagos, owned by Sandra Hiron and her husband Mauricio Botina.

With only 2 hectares of land, they have managed to produce high-quality coffee for the past four years. Despite the challenges that come with producing Caturra, their main variety, the couple is dedicated to ensuring that their coffee is of the highest quality possible.

They prioritize taste over ease, which is why they continue to produce Caturra despite the difficulties with coffee rust. The results speak for themselves - their coffee boasts a clean cup, cane sweetness, medium body, fruity aromas, and red fruit flavors.

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