Colombia Supremo 17/18

(2 customer reviews)



  • $4.04/lb for 50 lbs.
  • $4.14/lb for 25 lbs.

Origin: Colombia Image result for colombia flag

Grade: Supremo

Certifications: Direct Trade

Screen Size: 17/1899.9% above 16 screen

Region: Multiple regions – Antioquia, Caldas, Cauca

Arabica Variety: Bourbon, Caturra, Typica 

Process: Washed / Sun Dried

Altitude: 1500 – 2000 M.A.S.L

Harvest Period: September – December

Cupping Attributes

Q-Grade Score: 84.5

Cupping Notes: Apple, Caramel, Chocolate, Tart Fruit

Examples Of Tart Fruit: Lemon, Limes, Kiwi



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Colombia Supremo 17/18 

Colombia is the largest producer of washed Arabica coffee and third total highest in the world, after Brazil and Vietnam.

Annual production ranges from 12 – 15 million 70-kilo (154 lbs) bags, exporting approximately 12.5 million and locally consuming around 2 million bags.

Colombia is very unique that is able to produce coffee all 12 months of the year due to it’s range of microclimates and terrain.

The flowering period is from April – October and the Main Crop harvest from September – December.

The Mitaca harvest runs from March – June.

The primary varieties grown in Colombia are Caturra, Bourbon ,Typica and Variedad Colombia (resistant to leaf rust disease know as Roya).

Colombian coffee is referred by the region in which it is grown and altitudes range from 1,200 – 2,000 meters above sea level.


  • Antioquia – capital Medellin
  • Caldas – capital Manizales
  • Cauca – capital Popayan 
  • Huila – capital Neiva
  • Nariño – capital Pasto
  • Santander – capital Bucaramanga
  • Tolima – capital Ibague
  • Valle del Cauca – capital Cali


  • Supremo – Screen 17/18
  • European Preparation (EP)  Screen 15
  • Excelso – Screen 14/16

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2 reviews for Colombia Supremo 17/18

  1. manny (verified owner)

    This Colombia Supremo green coffee is one of my own and my customers’ favorite coffee choices. My preferred method of roasting this high-end Arabica is to take it to a dark roast profile, just below of that of a French or Spanish roast profile. I have personally found that at this profile stage all of the aromas and essential oils of the Colombia Supremo coffee beans are brought out and these oils give the coffee a perfect espresso-taste and wonderful aromas as an end result!

  2. Down Range Coffee (verified owner)

    We have been using this coffee for over a year now for our roasting company. Everyone that has tried it always praises it for being smooth and not bitter. We even use this in our specialty pepper infused coffees. This coffee is so versitale with the different types of roasting and different levels of roasting.

    We recommend this 110%!! Try this coffee and you will not be disappointed!

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