1,600m above sea level
Castillo, Colombia, Caturra
La Falda: A Legacy of Flavor
Embark on a journey to La Falda, where Eduardo Rojas has nurtured his coffee farm for over 40 years in the enchanting hills of Oporapa, Huila, Colombia. At an elevation of 1,600 meters, he cultivates 4 hectares of land with passion and expertise.
- Drying Type: Plastic-covered parabolic dryers on trucks
- Soil Type: Clay loam
- Sustainability Focus: Chemical-free, wastewater treatment, biological control
Eduardo's devotion to coffee stems from its vital role in his life. It is not only his livelihood but also the foundation of his family and the embodiment of his achievements. With dedication, his 20,000 coffee plants thrive, delivering exceptional flavor and earning recognition for their quality.
At La Falda, every step of the coffee journey is carefully orchestrated, from meticulous fertilization to precise fermentation and drying. Eduardo's children actively contribute to the farm's management and strive for continuous improvement in quality.
Join Eduardo on a typical day, overseeing operations, collaborating with his children, and ensuring that every task is executed with utmost care. La Falda stands as a testament to Eduardo's unwavering commitment to excellence.
Beyond the farm, La Falda's impact extends to the local community, offering employment opportunities and promoting sustainable practices. As Eduardo nurtures the land, he encounters an abundance of flora and fauna, further enhancing the farm's natural beauty.
Experience the essence of La Falda, where the art of coffee cultivation intertwines with a rich family legacy, creating a truly exceptional cup of coffee.