Colombia Coffee


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Option to Grind
Taste Notes

A classic cup profile of quality Colombian coffee - black currant, cocoa, caramel, spice and dark chocolate.


Bold and the beautiful.

Colombia is undoubtedly one of the most famous and bet known coffee growing origins.

Smaller than Brazil in terms of volumes but still within top 5 globally in terms of output.

Where Colombia stamps a dominant authority in the world of coffee is in pure Flavor - and that folks is spelt with a capital F.

Colombia coffees pack a mighty punch. Bold, rounded and absolutely beautiful.

We think Colombian coffees are perfectly suited to milk-based coffee beverages where the sweet acids pair nicely with the dairy or milk alternative.

As we roast significant volumes of Colombian coffees each year our lots will vary from the different growing areas (or sometimes called Departments) throughout the calendar.

Depending upon the time of year, for example it could be Huila, Tolima, Cauca, Narino, Inza or Pitalito.

Each growing region produces a slightly different cup profile and this is an exciting feature of Colombian coffees, discovering what we love.

At times the cup profile may have more milk chocolate instead of dark chocolate.

Whatever the season or the growing region, our Colombians are top quality and you will love how expertly we roast high quality, specialty grade lots to a perfect medium.

Shipping Information

Free AusPost standard shipping for orders over $70.

AusPost Express option available.

Orders received before 3pm sent same day.

We care about ensuring your coffee arrives in perfect condition and use quality cartons (not satchels) to protect your coffee during transit.

Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
Hetty T.
See why it's popular

Tastes amazing.

Hanse Mc.
Strong coffee

Was surprised at the flavor. No bitterness. Really nice.

Kelvin G.

Love my Colombians and this is the best so far.

Brianna R.

We loved every cup. Back for more again.

Sara E.
Lush and decadent

Cant believe there's no chocolate powder in this. Wowsa