Colombia = Coffee
In our minds, Colombia and coffee may already go hand-in-hand, but there's a great reason for that. Colombian grown arabica beans are known for their incredible flavor!
The family estate farm nurturing the organically grown beans for Wild Coffee Colombia is about more than just picking coffee cherries at the optimal time. They are giving valuable opportunities to many families, providing education, and widening horizons.
Growing For The Environment
Making sure not to contaminate the rainforest environment, the coffee plantations that these single origin, fair trade beans are grown on provide homes for countless animals, creeks, plants, and flowers. This is what sustainability is all about.
Full Of Flavors
With a wide range of naturally occurring and mouth-watering flavors of sweet chocolate, vanilla, and almonds, Wild Coffee Colombia is a medium roast you'll surely fall for.
After all, it's grown with love so you can love what you brew.
Why You Want Single Origin Estate Coffee
When you buy from our estate family owned coffee plantations you're guaranteed more than great flavor and high quality. You are supporting products that are Fair Trade Certified.
This means you're making a choice to support responsible companies, empower farmers and their workers, along with protecting the environment.
While your Wild Foods beans will obviously be arriving ready to grind and brew, did you know that coffee cherries can be eaten directly as a food? People have been known to use them in recipes like energy-rich snack balls.
After Brazil and Vietnam, Colombia has the highest coffee production in the world, (being the very highest in terms of the arabica bean.)
The largest cup of coffee ever filled was a 9-foot tall cup! This 3,487 gallon cup of joe earned a Guiness World Record in 2012.
Wild Colombia Coffee Resources
Wild Colombia Coffee FAQ
Keep it stored away from light and heat in an air tight container. Don't refrigerate your beans and only freeze your beans if you don't plan on using them soon. Then make sure you triple wrap them.
The darker the roast, the more you will see the shiny coffee oils on the exterior of the beans. This is a sign of freshness as most mass-produced coffee, because it is stale, does not have these yummy coffee oils still on the beans because they have dried out. The more you roast a coffee bean, the more you draw out the coffee oils that are inside the bean. Lighter roasts still have the oils inside the beans, which makes them look "dry," while the darker roasts will shimmer with wonderful shiny coffee oils on their exterior.
We don't... in a lab, that is. Our beans are fresh roasted locally in Austin, Texas by an organic coffee roaster and are sourced fair trade and single-origin. They are also mostly wet processed (Sidamo is dry process on raised beds). In our extensive human tests, mold or toxins have never been an issue with our bean, even when we've tested consuming beans that were stored for 2 months in the cabinet!
This is actually a topic under much debate. A lot of people misspell ‘Colombia’ because it sounds like ‘Columbia’ when it’s spoken out loud.
When you're referring to the South American country that borders Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador and Panama, the correct spelling is: Colombia.
All Wild Coffee and Wild Cold Brew products are fresh roasted each Monday morning. We pick them up from the roaster Wednesdays (this gives the coffee a day to "rest" as it needs to) and send out packages that afternoon and Thursday!
Yes, but not coffee products. Because freshness is an issue, we don't ship Wild Coffee or Wild Cold Brew outside of the US.