It is an area of little precipitation where the land has a high content of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, boron, zinc and sulfur, with a lot of organic matter that decomposes slowly. The high fertility is due to the amount of content of organic material, of volcanic origin, that the area offers. It has the best particular conditions for growing coffee, in terms of water availability, temperature, solar radiation and wind regime. High altitudes and low temperatures force the plant to conserve its sugars.
Located in the extreme southwest of the country, this department is an obligatory destination for those who want to know the coffee region of Colombia. Due to its diverse geography, it enjoys various climates depending on the altitude: from the heat of the Pacific plain to the cold of the most mountainous part, touring Nariño is perfect for discovering the diversity of an entire country.
Cup profiles: Dried fruits and citric notes. High acidity and medium-high body.