FROM THE FARM TO YOUR CUP
Grown, harvested, dried, and roasted by the farmer.
Every sale helps the people of Guayata - thank you
Find our coffee at
Crossroads Specialty Foods - 720 San Antonio Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94303
The Willows Market - 60 Middlefield Rd, Menlo Park, CA 94025
DeMartini Orchard - 66 N San Antonio Rd, Los Altos, CA 94022
NanSuca, a word that comes from the Chibcha language, who lived in Guayata, Colombia.
NanSuca, "to collect the fruit of the coffee plant in season"
In the center of the photo is a coffee tree of the Castillo variety.
One of the characteristics of NanSuca's coffee flavor is due to the way it is grown given the following reasons ...
The tree on the right is called gúamo. The leaves that fall are transformed into natural compost and thus fertilize the earth to give Nansuca it's unique flavor.
On the left side is a mandarin tree. It's leaves and aroma permeate the flavors of Nansuca.
In the back part a banana orchard adding to the complex pleasant aromas of a freshly brewed cup of Nansuca
These ancestral technique to take care of mother earth, provides the best coffee fruits to be roasted giving the special characteristic of this product.
VISIT OUR SISTER SITE
Handmade products from the country of Georgia