Santa Isabel Farm
Santa Isabel Farm coffee is produced at an altitude of 3500 to 4500 feet.
Due to a severe attack of Coffee Leaf Rust (Hemileia Vastatrix) in 2012, the farm is being renovated with varieties that have more tolerance to this disease, such as Anacafé 14, Sarchimor, Colombia, and many others.
To adapt better to the effects of climate change and lessen the stress on coffee plants, the amount of shade and distance between plants has been increased in new plantings.
Among local and migratory wild birds that find a home with us, pelibueyes (short hair sheep) graze the plantation.
During the harvest, the coffee is diligently selected to ensure a sweet and delicate cup.
The coffee is carefully wet and dry milled at the farm, and directly prepared for export.
We have the following Processes:
• Honey (upon request)
• Natural (upon request)
All of Santa Isabel Farm coffee is Organic and Rainforest Alliance certified.
neighbor farms coffee
Santa Isabel Farm greatly values the opportunity to work with high quality coffees from friendly nieghboring farms. This coffee is processed and stored separately to avoid any unwanted mixing with organic coffee. At the same time, we are concerned with processing and cataloging these coffees in a way they can express the potential of their characteristics.
The altitude of these coffees range from 3500 to 5500 feet. The clay soil of the region and a predominant dry climate produces cups with notes of chocolate, sweet caramel, walnut and hints of jasmine. All these coffees are clean and very easy to drink.