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Casa Loma (Jhon Faiber Castillo)

This unique coffee is produced by Jhon Faiber Castillo, a community leader for specialty coffee in the municipality of Inzá, Cauca. Produced at 1,800 meters above sea level, this special lot was selected out from the rest of the organization’s producers as being of exceptional quality.

  • Farm Casa Loma
  • Varietal Colombia, Tabi & Caturra, Typica
  • Process Fully washed
  • Altitude 1,800 meters above sea level
  • Town / City San Jose
  • Region Inzá, Cauca
  • Owner Jhon Faiber Castillo
  • Tasting Notes Tomato, honey, apricot
  • Farm Size 4 hectares
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Casa Loma (Jhon Faiber Castillo)

Jhon Faiber has been surrounded by coffee his whole life. A second-generation coffee producer, Jhon inherited his farm, Casa Loma, from his parents at a young age, becoming a role model for younger growers across the region. Today, Jhon manages his family farm along with his wife, whilst his young children still attend primary school. Till this day, Jhon continues to be a leader in the community around San Jose, encouraging other producers to engage in specialty coffee programs in the region.

About Colombia

Colombia is the third largest coffee-producing country in the world, and thanks to its vast array of unique microclimate, are able to have harvests throughout the year.

Commercial coffee cultivation began in the mid-1830s and spread so rapidly that throughout the twentieth century coffee already became the country’s leading export. A mountainous topography and many tropical micro-climates contribute greatly to Colombia’s reputation for ideal growing conditions, which – in turn – have helped Colombia establish itself as a recognisable origin around the world.

The diversity of coffee and profiles found across Colombia is enormous and coffee is harvested practically year-round depending on the region. The main harvest takes place from October to February with November and December being the peak months. There is also a second fly (or ‘mitaca’) crop several months later, again varying by region and microclimate.