We’re proud to be roasting this season’s coffee from the Restitución de Tierras Project out of the city of Tablón de Gómez in Nariño, Colombia . In 2011, the Victims and Land Restitution Law 1448 was passed to help families that were displaced from their homes and land due to violence. After the law went into effect, Unidad de Restitución de Tierras was organized to help manage the claims from families seeking justice and regaining possession of their land. This municipality reclaimed their land to produce a washed Colombian varietal that is fermented for 18-36 hours in a dry fermentation process and dried on concrete patios, solar driers and raised beds for 4-10 days. The floral notes and rich body of the coffee is a product of Nariño’s high altitudes and rich volcanic soil of the Andean Mountains. The Nariño producers took 1st and 2nd in the Colombian Cup of Excellence in 2005 and has since exhibited high quality farming practices which result in the type of coffees we enjoy: complex with clean acidity. After a lot of hardship and challenges from guerrilla militias, coca production and being cut off from legal trade avenues, Nariño is now starting to see a safer future and we are happy to get to share their coffee with you. We hope you enjoy this coffee as much as we do on espresso or filter.
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