Colombia Eugenioides  (150g)

Colombia Eugenioides (150g)


Amazingly sweet with notes of Papaya, Bubble Gum, Cake Batter, and Sticky Rice. Low but bright acidity and a symphony of Strawberry Yogurt, Confectioners Sugar, Toasted Marshmallow, Guava, and Lemon Drop in the finish.

2000 m


Inmaculada Farms


FARM: Inmaculada Farms


Behind the production of Inmaculada Coffee Farms lies a rich legacy intertwined with the illustrious history of the Holguín-Ramos family. With deep roots in the sugar cane and oil palm industry, the family's journey took a transformative turn in 2010 when they resolved to embark on a specialty coffee project. Motivated by a profound desire to give back to their community in Pichindé and honor over nine decades of affection and dedication, "Inmaculada Coffee Farms" emerged as a testament to their enduring commitment to excellence and sustainability.

Just one cup of this coffee was enough to inspire a journey to South America to discover this species for ourselves. Legends and speculation buzz about this coffee. For starters, this is not even the same species as most of the coffee encountered on the market today. Coffea Eugenioides is considered to be one of the parents of modern Arabica coffee. Eugenioides is a very difficult coffee to grow, yielding only 150 grams per tree of unmilled coffee. It contains about half the caffeine of Arabica coffee, which causes the coffee to have almost no perceived bitterness. The defining characteristic of this coffee is its wild, almost unbelievable sweetness. It has a compelling lack of citric acidity that we are so used to in a coffee, presenting a whole new perspective on what coffee can be. Interestingly specialty coffee has honed in on just one species, Coffea Arabica, as the species that has become synonymous with specialty coffee. Over 100 species of coffee have been described, and Eugenioides is hailed as a progenitor of modern-day Arabica.


Located amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Colombia, Inmaculada Coffee Farms stands as a beacon of quality and tradition in the heart of the coffee-growing region.

Nestled within the lush greenery and fertile soil of this South American paradise, the farms embody a harmonious blend of nature's bounty and human ingenuity. Blessed with ideal growing conditions and a rich cultural heritage, the region surrounding Inmaculada Coffee Farms teems with life and vitality, fostering the growth of some of the world's finest coffee varietals.

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This coffee arrived to us directly from Finca Inmaculada.

About Inmaculada

PRODUCER:Holguin- Ramos Family

TERROIR:Vale de Cauca


PROCESS:Anaerobic Natural

ARRIVED IN:1 x12 kg vaccum sealed


AROMA:Jasmine , Rose, Clove

FLAVOR:Raspberries, Cereal milk, Papaya, Butter


FINISH:Roasted marshmellow, Stevia

More about Location and Eugenoides

An abandoned coffee specie that challenge what we know as coffee today, and unlike anything we’ve ever tasted. Coffee Eugenioides is one of Arabica’s unique and tasty parents. This natural processed Eugenioides was rescued and cultivated by Finca Inmaculada in Pichinde Colombia situated at 1900-2000 MASL on the easternmost part of the Northern Andes. Eugenioides got its own unique brand of flavors. This is truly a rare coffee and worth the adventure. Indigenous to the highlands of East Africa, including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and western Tanzania. It has a really low caffeine content, so there isn’t bitter cup of this coffee. It’s so sweet and easy to drink and has a completely amazing flavor— that sweetness combined with knowing you’re tasting something unique makes it better.

The Eugenioides variety is a medium tree with small leafs and beans.