We are proud Colombian coffee producers sharing what we love with the rest of the world

We are proud Colombian coffee producers sharing what we love with the rest of the world

ABOUT US

A MODERN
APPROACH

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We believe real connections are possible between farmers and roasters without the presence of dispassionate intermediaries who treat coffee as a commodity.

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ABIRA’S FARMS
The farms are located in Salgar, a small town in southwestern Antioquia, 90 kilometers from Medellin. The coffee we grow throughout the valley feeds then into two primary wet mills for depulping, sorting and drying.
La Grecia
Abira's largest farm, La Grecia employs over 60 year-round farmers and is managed by John Fredy Marin. Many of these workers are women, widowed by civil war and past conflict within Colombia. The farm sits high above Salgar, its spectacular vistas dropping into lush, sunkissed valleys that provide ideal growing conditions for Arabica coffee.
El León
Carlos Zapata, EL Leon's farm manager, has lived his whole life with his family in Salgar. His calm demeanor, expert knowledge of farming, and passion for coffee not only bring out the best in his employees, but also help him produce consistent and flavorful coffees.
La Colombiana
La Colombiana is a small farm poised on top of a dramatic hillside overlooking the Tarqui Creek far below. Our most isolated finca, it is surrounded by thick pine groves and steep pastures. This farm is a classic example of the Colombian coffee story we love to tell.

OUR COFFEE

We meticulously control each level of production to deliver exceptional quality and consistency. The attention to detail helps us ensure that we provide our roasting partners a diverse portfolio of coffees while providing meaningful impact in our community.
We meticulously control each level of production to deliver exceptional quality and consistency. The attention to detail helps us ensure that we provide our roasting partners a diverse portfolio of coffees while providing meaningful impact in our community.
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We meticulously control each level of production to deliver exceptional quality and consistency. The attention to detail helps us ensure that we provide our roasting partners a diverse portfolio of coffees while providing meaningful impact in our community.
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PRODUCTS /

- El Sapero -
Process
Washed
Variety
Castillo Rosario
Region
Caicedo
Farm
El Plan
Altitude
1,980m
Screen size
EP10
Medium to large beans
Aromas
Berries and citrus fruits
General Observations
Heavy body, medium high acidity, very balanced and clean cup.
- El León -
Process
Natural
Variety
Castillo
Region
Salgar
Farm
El Leon
Altitude
1,600m
Screen size
EP10
Medium to large beans
Aromas
Caramel and tropical fruits
General Observations
Acids medium and juicy, body silky and velvety, pleasant and prolonged residual.
- Golden Rooster -
Process
Washed
Variety
Castillo
Region
Salgar
Farm
La Grecia
Altitude
1,600 - 1,800m
Screen size
Supremo
Large Beans
Aromas
Sugar cane and cocoa
General Observations
Low acidity, medium body, and soft residual.

OUR IMPACT

Integrating economic, social, and environmental sustainability is vital to our long-term success and that of our farming partners. At Abira, we back our wholistic view of a self-sustaining operation with quantifiable metrics and data tools to constantly measure our successes and failures.

For external accountability, many of our farms have certifications from RainForest Alliance, UTZ, CAFE Practice, and others. While no certification is all encompassing, they are a testament to our commitment to our values and goals.

ABIRA'S IMPACT

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