This coffee boasts notes of red fruits, lemon zest, and orange candy, representing both a father's love and his commitment to the environment. Elkin Diosa invests his passion into his coffee and his daughter, to whom he dedicates it. The coffee beans are harvested and fermented in tanks for 30 hours before being depulped and placed on African drying beds for 20 days. The story behind this coffee lends depth to its profile.
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Elkin Diosa embodies perseverance in the coffee industry. Although he left the city to pursue a career, his roots called him back. As a first-generation coffee producer, he wanted his farm to thrive, so he entered the world of specialty coffee around 2012. Today, he has his own brand, "La Yalena," named after his daughter, Danna Yalena Diosa. He educates her about the importance of generational hand-off in the coffee business.
Name of the farm:
Caicedo - Antioquía