• Americas
  • Sunergos Coffee // Colombia Finca San Pascual

    Colombia Finca San Pascual

    Santa Barbara Estate is composed of 5 sister farms that lie across three neighbouring, geographical regions – Santa Barbara, Fredonia and Amagá. Established in the 1980s, from the beginning Sr. Pedro Echavarria knew that location was crucial. Attracted by diverse microclimates, singular volcanic soils, perfect altitude and a tradition of excellence in coffee production, he […]

  • Americas
  • Sunergos Coffee // Honduras Finca Clave de Sol

    Sunergos Coffee Finca Clave de Sol

    Finca Clave de Sol, or treble clef, is the six hectare farm of Miriam Elizabeth Perez, affectionately known as “Betty” to her friends and family. The name of the farm comes from the deep passion Betty has for music, especially when it comes to her violin. She has produced coffee for 19 years and is a third generation farmer. In the past, when the farm was […]

  • Africa
  • Sunergos Coffee // Ethiopia YirgZ

    Ethiopia YirgZ Sunergos

    Ethiopia is known for its attention to detail at all stages of the coffee process, from farming, to washing, to milling and sorting. The Z in YirgZ stands for zero—that is, zero defects. One of Sunergos’s importers, Keffa Coffee, worked with private washing station owner Masrshu Sima to develop incredibly stringent quality practices.. Masrshu Sima’s washing […]

  • Americas
  • Sunergos Coffee // Oporapa Colombia

    Oporapa Colombia

    Oporapa is an exciting coffee for Sunergos Coffee to feature, in that it’s one of Cafe Imports’s new line of Regional Selects. Regional Selects is a new project Cafe Imports created in Colombia that is meant to highlight the inherent unique profiles found in specific microregions within the country. The regions they are currently highlighting are Huila, […]

  • Coffee Reviews
  • Sunergos Coffee // Bali Kintamani

    Bali Kintamani Sunergos

    Among the archipelago nation of Indonesia lies its hidden jewel—the island of Bali. The Kintamani highlands—where most of Bali’s coffee is grown—sits atop a large volcanic plateau between 1300-1700 meters altitude. The eruption of the Gunung Agung Volcano in 1963 caused a delay in the progress of cultivation on Bali. In response to this situation, the […]