A Colombian family dedicated to coffee | Enciso
In mountainous terrain, nature resembles a cultivated and fertile rainforest. An abundance of plants and trees cover the steep and hilly grounds. The Enciso family grow their coffee in these stunning surroundings
The view over Enciso's farm
06.01.2021Peter Ebdrup

Edith Enciso, Wilson Rodriguez, and their son Wilson Eduardo all share a passion for the craftsmanship of growing high-quality coffee. 

Wilson Rodriguez and Edith Enciso

Each of them run their own field on their 14-hectare land. They mainly grow Colombia and Caturra, which combined makes for a sweet, aromatic coffee.

Beautiful ripe coffee cherries

The coffee is hand-picked, and all cherries are gathered in the center of their land where they are processed. This is a fully washed coffee, dried on parabolic beds; a raised table covered to protect the beans from any rain and direct exposure to the sun. 

Wilson Rodriguez in front of the parabolic beds

This is a very stable process method, that effectively dries the coffee consistently for up to 30 days leaving us with a clean and delicate cup. 

Edith Enciso treating us with some of their beautiful coffee

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