Finca Las Juntas belongs to the Cadavid Velásquez family. It is located in a village called Otramina in the Titiribí municipality of the Antioquia department of Colombia. The
farm’s elevation is between 1650 and 1800 meters, which allows for a high-quality coffee worth of international recognition.
This farm is recognized for employing mostly women who represent female-headed households and work hard every day to provide a better future for their kids and families. The farm owners also help support their kids so that they can go to school. These women are very dedicated and disciplined, which is reflected in the quality of the coffee produced at Las Juntas. Titiribi, the municipality, is located 60km from Medellín City and its main economy is coffee. The farm is located about 2km away from the town and has been producing coffee for over 30 years. Finca Las Juntas is a traditional family farm that has reached today a number of 75,000 trees and a capacity of production of about 30,000 pounds per year. The variety produced at the farm is Castillo and Variedad Colombia.
In the cup of washed coffee, we get light berries with sweet cream and milk chocolate.