Coffee from Colombia

Is coffee from Colombia really some of the best in the world? If you pass through the Eldorado terminal at the international airport in Bogota, Colombia, stop by the Juan Valdez coffee shop for pan de bono and either regular or Juan Valdez organic coffee. You will be glad that you did and you will be on your way to believing that coffee from Colombia is some of the best in the world. After your cup, or two, of coffee go to the gift store and pick up a few 500 gram bags of Juan Valdez Gourmet Selection coffees. Organico – balanceado is a medium strength organic coffee. As the message on the bag states,

the coffee is “grown and handpicked by Colombian coffee growers who follow the principles of environmentally friendly agriculture by using the most resources out of their farm. Their respect for nature is reflected in this specialty coffee.

More than Just Juan Valdez

There are many Colombian organic coffee brands. The table below lists Colombian organic coffee brands available in the Colombian Cafetero. Prices are retail in Colombian Pesos and the US dollar equivalents are based on the late 2012 exchange rate of around 1,800 Colombian Pesos to the US dollar. To this list of coffee from Colombia you can also add Arabica coffee grown at Finca de Elisa near Valparaiso east of Medellin. This balanced coffee grown and processed at a UTZ certified coffee is available for export. Feel free to contact us today at http://buyorganiccoffee.org/contact-us/.

All Coffee from Colombia is Juan Valdez Coffee

The Juan Valdez trade name came from the Colombian Coffee Growers Association nearly half a century ago. It is meant to give the buyer assurance that the coffee they purchase is 100% Colombian. Although there is a popular Juan Valdez coffee house chain in Colombia the name Juan Valdez is simply meant to guarantee 100% Colombian content. This can be an issue in current days as the recent El Niño drastically reduced coffee harvests in the Colombian Cafetero forcing growers to import coffee beans from Peru. Nevertheless, The Colombian Cafetero is still a major coffee producer where growing organic coffee in the shade is tradition and great organic coffee is common. So, what are some Colombian organic coffee brands?

Colombian Organic Coffee Brands and Retail Prices in Colombia
Brand Retail/Pesos Retail Quantity Retail in Dollars
Volcan 20000 500 grams $11.11
Linea Roja 19000 500 grams $10.56
Sostenible 24500 500 grams $13.61
Origen 25000 500 grams $13.89
Frailes 18600 500 grams $10.33

Purchasing Juan Valdez organic coffee, that is to say Colombian organic coffee brands, is easy in Colombia and is easy if it has been exported from Colombia. However, getting Colombian organic coffee brands sent from Colombia can be difficult. Contact us today for help in purchasing wholesale organic coffee from the Cafetero in Colombia.

Whether your preference is coffee from Colombia or Panama Mountain Grown organic coffee, healthy organic coffee is good for you. Coffee consumption is linked to a reduced rate of type II diabetes and has a protective effect against several types of cancer. Drink organic coffee and avoid the up to 150 impurities that can be found in regular coffee. Organic coffee is good for you and organic coffee is good for the environment.


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