The state of Huila is located in the southern part of Colombia. It is the geographic spot where the Andes Mountains form a knot. Here, the three cordilleras split between western, central, and eastern Andes that go up to northern Colombia. Between the eastern and central cordillera flows the Magdalena River, going up to the Caribbean Coast. Between the central and western Andes mountain chains is the Cauca River, flowing into the Magdalena River in the Caribbean plains. The soil in this area is volcanic and therefore ideal for the cultivation of high-quality coffee. Due to the geographical location near the equator, there is only little distinction between the different seasons in Colombia.
The varying altitudes and micro climates generated by the rivers and mountain ranges split the state so that the harvest takes place several times per year compared to other coffee-producing countries. This „Los Robles“ Supremo coffee is characterized by the typical high quality cup profile from Huila presenting beautiful winey and sweet flavors.