Colombia, ASOPEP Tolima


We are delighted to share with you, that our fresh new season Colombian coffee has landed! 

Replacing our popular Colombian Planadas, we have a wonderful Organic certified coffee from the same co-operative, in the Planadas, Tolima region. 

As an espresso or brewed coffee, expect dark chocolate, ripe tropical fruits, mango, and a heavy syrupy mouthfeel with a lovely long finish.

This coffee is spectacular with milk, with flavor notes of caramel, nutmeg and super sweet.

Dark Chocolate
Dhs. 60.00
Total: Dhs. 60.00
Colombia, ASOPEP Tolima

Colombia, ASOPEP Tolima
Varieties: Castillo, Caturra & Typica
Process: Fully washed Process (Organic certified)
Region: Planadas, Tolima Dept.
Altitude: 1500 - 2000 masl
Producers: Cooperative
Drying Method: Raised drying beds
Harvested: Sept - Dec., fly Mar - Jun

About this product

A flourishing organization of 168 coffee farming families, 30 of which have female heads of the households, and 30% of the co-operative members are under 30 years. The Asociación de Productores Egológicos de Planadas (ASOPEP) is one of the few producers of certified Fair Trade and Organic coffee in Colombia.Tolima is one of the most productive coffee producing regions in Colombia, but the ASOPEP co-operative is relatively new to the Specialty Coffee market. The town of Planadas is only 50 years old, established in 1966 with the first families to settle in the region coming from Antigua and Huila, both very well-known coffee growing regions. The region has fantastic weather, with warm days and cool nights, and healthy young trees.
This organization was founded in 2013 with the following mission: To be known as an organization that creates opportunities for personal growth of its members, Protects the environment, Innovates in commercial business processes and is always present, Be at the forefront of specialty coffee production around the world.
Recruitment by FARC in the area was common, but with a focus on education and youth collectives focusing on barista training, tasting experience, quality control, business management, and science and technology. They recognize the value and challenges, of keeping their young people in the rural areas, a sad reality in many coffee growing countries. Strict attention to detail in growing, harvesting and processing ensures a bright, clean cup that is complex and consistent.