AMALIA Colombia Light Roast – Whole Bean – 12oz




1.700 – 2.000m MSL

Tasting notes

Traditional Colombian profile of Chocolate, sugar cane, and nuts.

Processing Method



Proyecto Renacer, Concordia, Antioquia, Colombia


Amalia Guzman


Castillo, Caturra, Pajarito, Tabi and Bourbon

Coffee description

Amalia is grown in Barrio La Sierra in Medellin, Colombia at an altitude of between 1,700 and 2,000 MASL (5,577 – 6,561 feet), it is a estate coffee (comes from a single farm) and was processed with a method called Washed where the coffees are pulped, fermented to remove the mesocarp, then dried and finally milled.

Amalia Coffee is a blend of Pajarito, Castillo, Tabi, Caturra, and Bourbon and is produced at Proyecto Renacer, an organization based in Barrio La Sierra, Comuna 8 one of the areas hardest hit by gdrug traffickers nd dguerrilla activities in Medellín, Colombia.

Amalia and her husband Yesid are fully committed to the project. They see a brighter future for their children and for their community. Through their hard work, and the hard work and dedication of their compatriots, La Sierra is no longer known as a place of violence but as of one of the finest coffee producing regions in the world.

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