Arabica coffee beans require very special conditions to grow. For plants to grow properly, they need to cultivate at a height of at least 1,200 meters and an average temperature of 20 ° C (70 ° F). In the few places in the world that offer these conditions, Arabica coffee beans germinate and vary due to other environmental factors such as climate, latitude and soil type.

Each of these factors affect the aroma, body, flavor and acidity of the final cup of coffee. Our Arabica coffee is grown in the Province of Loja, because it has all of the above conditions.

The Process

Once the Arabica coffee is grown under ideal conditions, it must be processed properly to bring a premium coffee cup to the drinker. Hand selection is essential to ensure that only the most red cherry and ripe coffee beans are harvested and used in the process. After being harvested, coffee beans must be dried in the sun before being roasted by experts.

We offer selected green coffee beans,  in the cup it achieves a very nice balance between acidity and body while delivering an overall smooth and pleasant profile with a slightly nutty finish.


Cupping notes: Well balanced acidity and body. Smooth taste profile with a somewhat nutty finish. Fruity with light, bouncy body and acidity. Subtle chocolate undertones.

Try before you stock up with a 1/2 pound sample!

Coffee Bean Matrix Attributes

  • Country: Ecuador

  • Decaffeinated: No

  • Altitude (meters): 1200-1500m

  • Brightness: 5

  • Body: 5

  • Aroma: 4

  • Complexity: 5

  • Balance: 6

  • Sweetness: 5

  • Region: southern highlands of Ecuador, LOJA

  • Drying: Patio and solar dried machine