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Certified Organic & Fair Trade Colombia

Gillies has been roasting organically grown coffee for decades, and Fair Trade coffee since the early years of this century. We are proud to be New York's 1st Certified Organic, and 1st Certified FairMore information
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Gillies has been roasting organically grown coffee for decades, and Fair Trade coffee since the early years of this century. We are proud to be New York's 1st Certified Organic, and 1st Certified Fair Trade roaster.

COLOMBIA

The favorite quaff of Juan Valdez®. Folks always comment that Gillies 100% Colombian tastes as no other. We know why. Gillies 100% Colombian tastes...
Gillies has been roasting organically grown coffee for decades, and Fair Trade coffee since the early years of this century. We are proud to be New York's 1st Certified Organic, and 1st Certified Fair Trade roaster.

COLOMBIA

The favorite quaff of Juan Valdez®. Folks always comment that Gillies 100% Colombian tastes as no other. We know why. Gillies 100% Colombian tastes as good as it does because it is top grade Supremo pure Colombian coffee, from Medellin, chosen by folks who have been honoring Colombia's coffee since old Juan was just a glint in his father's eye. Big, Bold Screen 17/18 Bean Size (sits on a 6.75mm mesh).

Colombia is the largest producer of washed Arabica coffee. She produces about 12.5 million 70 Kg bags (about 231-million LB) yearly, and about half of that production finds its way to the US, where specialty roasters take the pick of the crop, and the run-of-the-mill is roasted and sold by large commercial roasters.

US political administrative units are "States". In Colombia they are “Departments,” and Medellín is the capital of the Colombian Department of Antioquia, in the midst of the Colombian Andes, about 265 miles Northwest of the national capitol of Bogota,. It's the nation’s second largest city, and the place where coffee was first introduced to Colombia around 1808 from the French Antilles (possibly Martinique) via Venezuela. Antioquia continues today as the country’s most important growing region. Coffees from Antioquia are known for their medium body, and cup profiles that are typically not as sharp or winey as others of Colombia, rather they are smooth, and well-balanced, with the cocoa finish that is distinctive of the great Colombias.


Gillies Standard™ Roast. – DNS, coffeeman


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Red Globe Grape, Kumquat preserve, soft lush mouthfeel, semi-sweet chocolate & cherry coke
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