Small-scale women coee growers with farms between 1.5 to 3 hectares

The region of Cauca in Colombia is traversed on the east by the central mountain range. This is an area with eye-catching views, full of green and rugged mountains. Historically there have been and still are some indigenous reservations in the area and as such it has a rich cultural heritage. In this area there is also an important archeological site, Tierradentro with the remnants of indigenous cultures, a world heritage and protected area. Hence the name Guanacas, of an old indigenous reservation that used to exist between the municipalities of Inza and Paez but which is also used today as the name for a paramo in the area.

With this coffee we want to recognize and make visible the women producers in this region. They are hardworking women known for their drive and resilience, always seeking to improve in pursue of better quality. Having always in their mind, achieving a better quality of live for their family. In which all member play an important factor, as all the work together to achieve a great coffee.

“Guanacas is a delicate coffee with a juicy body with citric notes, floral and aromatic”

Farm Varieties

Paez, Inza, Popayan, Pedregal




1,600 – 2,200 MASL

Technical info

First semester: May – July
Second semester: October – December

Processing Method

Fully washed and fermentation process


Native trees

Drying Method

Sun and air-dried on parabolic patios and raised beds.