Café Kogi at NaraFood
This is the finest, full-bodied, creamy and low-acid Arabica highland coffee from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia. The forest coffee grows at 1100 - 1700 m above sea level and is harvested by hand by the indigenous peoples of the Kogi and Arhuaco. The three different coffee varieties consist mainly of Arabica Tipica with small amounts of Arabica Caturra and Arabica Bourbon. New breeds or hybrids are not included.
Coffee grows almost wild in the forests and yields very little, but the aroma is more concentrated and intense. Over the course of decades, the coffee trees have had plenty of time to grow leisurely and healthily and to adapt optimally to their location. With much love, the Kogi Indians protect these valuable trees and intervene as little as possible in nature.