Inza Calderas


Country: Colombia
Region: Inza, Various Small Holders
Altitude: 1,800 – 1,900 masl
Varietal: Typica, Caturra, Colombia & Tabi
Process: Washed
Notes: Peach, Toffee, Blackcurrant

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Product Description

Inza, Colombia, in the high-altitude Macizo Colombiano plateau, known for its indigenous history and coffee. Established in 1577, it gained municipal status in 1907.

With around 30,000 residents, mostly small-scale coffee growers, the area’s traditional coffee varieties include Tabi, Castillo, Colombia, and Caturra.

This coffee comes from the Calderas indigenous reserve, where 80 producers handpick ripe cherries on 2-hectare farms. After pulping and fermenting for 12-18 hours, the coffee is dried for 8-14 days.

Additional information


Whole Beans, Coarse (Filter), Medium (Aeropress), Fine (Espresso)


250g, 500g, 1kg

About Our Coffee

Our coffee selection is carefully curated, sourced from a network of trusted suppliers with a commitment to both quality and sustainability in their green coffee beans. These suppliers share our values, ensuring that our coffee aligns with responsible practices and ethical supply chains.

The magic takes place at our roastery in Wood Green, London. Our skilled roasters use their expertise to draw out the nuanced flavors that define our coffee. Each cup offers a journey through coffee-growing regions, each with its own story and distinctive characteristics.

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