About this coffee
Colombia is among the largest producer of coffee in the world and was number two behind Brazil for decades. The Tolima growing regions are named after the Tolima district, which was home to Pijaos people before the Spanish arrived.
The Pijaos were known among the Spaniards as fierce defenders of their homeland, which they called “Dulima”.
Named after a famous native priestess, Yulima, the Tolima department was created in 1861 from part of what was Cundinamarca. Hugging the western slopes of the Andes mountains north of the Huila district, Tolima boasts snow-covered peaks, deep river valleys, and all-terrain in between. Coffee trees love the high hills while rice, sesame, and sorghum claim the lower regions.
The high altitudes and rich soil help put coffee from Tolima on the board for awards: in 2015, the district garnered three of the top four awards for the Colombian Cup of Excellence competition, securing 1st, 3rd, and 4th places.
Fresh-roasted coffee, delivered when you need it, for the same price you pay at the grocery store or cafe.
We are in pursuit of the best coffee beans. Our process ensures only the finest quality, handpicked, Specialty Grade coffee.
Freshness is key. We roast in small batches to control all stages of the roasting process ensuring a consistent cup.
We ship each order within 48 hours of roasting to bring you the freshest coffee possible. Adjust your deliveries any time.