Biocoffee is a Colombian company dedicated to coffee production, threshing and roasting. The company was founded in 1937 and since then it has been characterized by producing high quality coffee. Having high knowledge of the coffee industry in all its stages, Biocoffee has developed an outstanding catalogue of coffee products based on the specialty coffee categories used by the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation.
Our classic product resembles our special Juanambú recipe of 100% Colombian coffee from the best coffee producing regions of the country that produce an exceptional cup of coffee. Our coffee has a unique appearance for their size and form. Juanambú Excelso has been processed by wet milling and a sun drying methods that guaranty the exquisite features of a mild Colombia coffee.
Juanambú Excelso green beans proceed from the farms to be specially threshed and then roasted in our plant, after being carefully selected by three different methods that ensure the high quality of our product:
Density selection: extraction of green coffee only.
Colour selection: electronic machines extract beans that do not meet colour parameters of healthy green coffee.
Size selection: this selects coffee bean according to a classification system based on cherry size. Coffee can be classified as: UGQ (Usual good quality), Special, Europa and Supreme.
Juanambú Excelso comes in UGQ and Supreme categories. Juanambú Excelso Supreme is a coffee retained by screen net No 17 and Juanambú Excelso UGQ retained by screen net No 14.
These originate from specific regions, and possess particular qualities due to the uniqueness of its growing location. They are sold to final consumers without being mixed with other qualities or with coffees of other origins. Clients prefer these coffees for their unique taste and aroma. Juanambú has a selection of the following regional coffees.
These coffees are cultivated by communities that have a serious commitment to protecting the environment through clean production methods and by conserving the biodiversity of their region. They also promote the social development of the coffee families that produce them. They protect the environment and promote a fair price for coffee growing communities.
More information on the Rainforest Alliance Certification at http://www.rainforest-alliance.org/