Inmaculada coffee farms story
Inmaculada Coffee Farms' story begins with the Holguín-Ramos family, renowned for their extensive involvement in the sugarcane and oil palm industry.
In 2010, they embarked on a special coffee project, "Inmaculada Coffee Farms," with a mission to give back to the Pichindé community after nearly a century of affection and care. Nestled in the Andes Mountains in Pichindé, Cali, their plantations thrive at elevations ranging from 1650 to 2000 meters, harmoniously coexisting with the breathtaking beauty of the Farallones de Cali Natural Park. These plantations feature unique coffee varieties and employ biodynamic agriculture, eschewing synthetic fertilizers and agrochemicals to uphold their commitment to the environment.
Today, Inmaculada Coffee Farms is celebrated globally for its exceptional coffee, known for its elegant, smooth, and exotic flavor notes, making it a top choice for baristas worldwide. The brand has achieved international recognition, including a prestigious win at the World Barista Championship by Sasa Sestic in 2015, held in Seattle, Washington.
Pichindé, nestled within the Andes' western range and adjacent to the Farallones de Cali National Natural Park, is a pristine territory teeming with unique wildlife and flora. This natural haven offers the ideal conditions for coffee cultivation in harmony with the environment. The commitment to preserving the rich ecosystem includes protecting the coffee plants with a lush canopy of trees like guavas, lemons, tephrosias, giant carboneros, guamos, and citronella. This approach ensures the highest quality coffee and showcases a distinct Colombian product.