Strawberry, cherry and vanilla with a creamy milk chocolate body

Jacinto Lopez has 3 hectares of land in the El Pajal village in San Antonio Huista, which is planted mostly with caturra, but he also grows pache, bourbon and typica. Most of the picking on his farm is done by himself and his family members and once picked the coffee is processed and dried at his family home.

Jacinto is a member of the ACODIHUE cooperative and is the leader in his community, supporting the coop to recruit more members and trainfarmers.