Trace.Coffee presents
Liliana Lombana

Liliana Lombana La Talaigua Farm

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One of Liliana's best memories of her childhood is when his grandpa invited her to pick coffee berries. It was a treat to spend time between the coffee plants listening to the old stories and helping his grandpa. Today she is the proud owner of her own coffee farm.
She works tirelessly improving the coffee production and wants to be an example for her neighbors.

  • Origin : Guaduas, Cundinamarca Colombia
  • Varietal : Castillo
  • Process : Washed
  • Altitude : 1480 mts
  • Harvest Months : Apr - May

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Sensory Journey

Sweet, citrus fruit with notes to chocolate. Rich, sweetly pungent acidity; plush, deep mouthfeel. Citrus fruit stay in a delicious aftertaste.

Coffee Process

  1. Plantation

    Where: La Talaigua Farm



  2. Harvest

    Where: La Talaigua Farm

    Hand picked

  3. Drying

    Where: La Talaigua Farm


  4. Selection

    Where: La Talaigua Farm

    Manual selection

La Talaigua's People


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La Talaigua farm is located in Guaduas, Cundinamarca. It has 3.8 ha and only 1 ha have coffee plants. In the farm the grow bananas, plantains and yucca. Lianana and her husband Carlos Enrique have been working in then farm the last 10 years.


Guaduas, Cundinamarca Colombia



Carlos Alberto Ayala

Marulindo Farm

Coffee Plants: 14500

Carlos Alberto has been managing his brother's farm and, as he puts it, learning from everything for the last 7 years. He hopes coffee will help him pay for his daughters' school. He wants to become a top coffee grower and win a Cup of Excellence award some day
Dedicated, organized and motivated to do things well


Gabriel Octavio Monroy

El Paraiso Farm

Coffee Plants: 7200

When he was 12 he went to a little town in Boyacá, where he worked picking coffee to make some money. Now, retired as a process analyst, he went back to coffee. He hopes he'll be able to create a coffee legacy and some financial stability for his family. Gabriel loves reading, listening to music and playing his guitar
A good person, relaxed, conciliator


Jose Daniel Torres

El Cural Farm

Coffee Plants: 14000

Jose, like his parents and grandparents, has made a living from coffee production all his life. Working hard this year to recover his coffee plants, after a hursh summer. He hopes he'll be able to renew his coffee plants soon. He wants to live 100 years working, being a good neighbour and a good friend
Hard worker, dedicated, honest and responsible


Juan de Jesus Martin

San Martin Farm

Coffee Plants: 15500

He inherited his coffee life from his parents in Guaduas. They learned and worked hard to make things work. Now he's doing the same with his own family. He hopes to leave a coffee legacy to his kids, he wants to see them be successful, study and continue the coffee tradition
Dedicated to his family, hard worker, motivated, persistent


Leonardo Serrato

El Paraiso Farm

Coffee Plants: 14000

A son of coffee growers from Guaduas, Leonardo and his brothers are following the coffee tradition. He has been growing coffee on his own for 20 years. He wants to build a well organized coffee business for his kids to continue and to have a solid future with coffee
Hard working, ready to help