Cafe Granja La Esperanza are Colombian producers of ultra specialty high-altitude coffees and suppliers of the best and most exclusive regionals.
In 1945 Juan Antonio decided to introduce three different varieties to the existing Typica, and that is how he started a crop of Yellow Bourbon, Red Bourbon, and Caturra. In 1945, Café Granja La Esperanza was born.
And now we'll serving infamous variety which is Laurina, which was discovered in the 18th century and soon spread eastwards. In the 19th century, however its popularity steeply declined, in part because cane sugar became popular.
Laurina is a light, transparent coffee that in some ways seems more akin to tea. its caffeine percentage is between 0.4-0.75% compared to 1.2-1.6% in most other arabica coffees. Laurina is very sweet, fruity, floral aroma and very clean aftertaste.
Café Granja La Esperanza specializes in the production of specialty coffee varietals, facing huge challenges as the adaptation of these varietals to the Colombian soil and climate conditions are quite difficult. Nevertheless, their profiles are recognized and highly appreciated, and every day they continue to improve and always strive to make a difference.
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