Colombian coffees are typically mild and balanced with good body and flavor.
Colombia typically produces about 1/10th, or more, of the world’s coffee. Colombia now ranks third after Vietnam and Brazil in production of coffee beans. The bulk of Colombian coffee, such as Colombian Supremo, is high quality and Colombia has marketed its product well via the character Juan Valdez. Colombian coffees are processed using the wet method. Colombian coffee is grown along three northern Andes mountain ranges which trisect Colombia from north to south.