More About this Coffee:The Granja La Esperanza estate has been a family-run plantation for three generations, run today by Don Miguel Herrera. It is located in the mountainous Valle del Cauca region in the south west of Colombia.
Thanks to its proximity to the Pacific Ocean, the West Andes and the Cauca River Valley, this region is home to various ecosystems that are perfect for growing complex, subtle and unique coffees.The Granja La Esperanza estate is made up of 3 farms, including Cerro Azul , which produces the Geisha coffee variety. The estate originally made just Typica, Bourbon and Caturra coffees.
Over the years, its owners decided to invest in quality, by entering the demanding world of speciality coffees. Today, the Granja La Esperanza farm grows eight botanical varieties. The coffees grown on the Granja La Esperanza farm are the most famous in Colombia, and are renowned for the quality and uniqueness of their flavour and sensorial profile.
In 2012, three of their coffees were named in the top 10 best coffees of the year, organised by the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA).
Since 2011, with a team of passionate people based in Strasbourg and Lyon, Mokxa works today in France and in Europe, with coffee shops, restaurants and hotels. The team of Café Mokxa brings a particular requirement to the selection of the beans with our importers or directly with the producers. All the coffees, 100% Arabica, are from sustainable or organic farming. Because coffee is an agricultural product, which is defined by climate, soil type, shade, botanical variety and altitude, their range varies throughout the year according to seasonality. Café Mokxa only works with local coffees, from current harvests, and having received a tasting score higher than 84/100.
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