Los Naranjos

Around 70 small-scale coffee producers, with an average size farm of 1 to 5 Hectares

In the south of the department of Huila, we find the municipality of San Agustin, a place known for its agriculture and archeological park with an important tourism industry. It’s an area near the famous Colombian Massif where some of the most important rivers of Colombia are born such as the Cauca and Magdalena River. This proximity to the Colombian Massif is a main factor for the richness and fertility of the soil in San Agustin having volcanic ash and rich in hydric sources. One important factor for the economy of this area is agriculture with crops such as sugar cane, avocado and coffee, with the latter gaining notoriety in the last decade, where high quality coffee is found. One last important factor to note about San Agustin, is the heritage of Pre-Columbian cultures of which there is an archeological park, declared Word Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995.

With all this richness, it was in 2006 that the brand Los Naranjos was created with the coffee of some producers of a rural area of San Agustin known as Llanada Naranjos, with the intention of showcasing their quality and get them known. Now a days, the number of producers who deliver coffee to Los Naranjos in San Agustin has increased substantially with an improvement in the quality of the coffee and the farms seen over time. These are small-scale producers with farms ranging from 1 to 5 hectares, who are aware and watchful of the use of natural resources. They have a constant accompaniment of a PECA agronomist to always improve in farm management and learn more day by day on how to get better.

“Los Naranjos coffee has notes of red fruit, strawberry, brown sugar, and a creamy body with the acidity of orange”

Farm Varieties



San Agustin


1,300 – 2,100 MASL

Technical info

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

Processing Method

Fully washed with a post pulping dry fermentation of 30 hours.


Guamo, Cachingo and Carbonero trees.

Drying Method

Dried on parabolic covered patios from 10 to 15 days.