La Inmaculada, a world champion coffee farm, is known not only as a producer of rare varietals but by their precise processing methods and strict quality control measures.
Only 20 minutes away from Cali, in a small town called Pichinde located in the Andes mountains, the Holguin family decided to make use of an untouched forest on their family farm. The location was perfect to grow coffee; weather, altitude, rainfall. They started with 5.12 hectares and today, 9 years later, they have around 50 hectares of which 30 are planted and the rest is kept as natural forest. These 50 hectares are divided into four different farms located in the same region but in different areas thus having different climate conditions. Those farms are El Jardin, Las Nubes, Monserrat and Inmaculada Concepcion. In those farms are planted some of the rarest and most special coffees like Rume Sudan, Eugenoides, Laurina, Gesha.