High-Altitude Coffee Grown with Dedication and Care
The Papá Café coffee is grown by small families in Olmedo, in the Province of Loja in southern Ecuador, at 1500 to 1700 feet above the sea level. Comprising Arabica coffee cherries of different varieties, the coffee is grown under the shade, combining coffee farming with beekeeping, and masterly fermented and roasted.
Papá Café coffee (whole beans) made with selected Typica/Caturra/Catuai coffee beans. Take a look at the Papá Café coffee that we feature, both online as well as in our Cacao Chaser kiosk in Washington Dulles International Airport, Terminal B (by Gate B49).