Amor Perfecto’s flagship Single Origin coffee comes from one of the best coffee growing regions in the world. The southernmost coffee growing region of Colombia. Most of the coffee farms in Nariño are smaller than 1 hectare, similar to the vineyards of Burgundy, this makes each coffee grower take special care of their coffee plants and their post-harvest coffee processes. One of the highest altitude coffee growing regions in the world, where naturally occurring differences between day and night temperatures allows for a concentration of the sugars in the coffee cherries. Blessed with its volcanic soil, Nariño is simply an ideal part of the world for growing great arabica coffees. Our coffee beans come from the Union District of Nariño, located between the volcanos of Cumbal and Azufral. Amor Perfecto has been working together with these farmers for more than 15 years! And with the special support of Racafe, they have reached our highest standards. You can taste the excellence of coffee every day with our Nariño Single Origin. Raw panela sugar and fruit notes are its principal characteristics. A perineal gold medal winner at the annual AVPA Paris competition, no other coffee in Colombia can make this claim.
An incomparable all-around coffee, equally enjoyable with any of the brewing methods and in espresso, a cappuccino, or any other milk-based coffees.
I am not a coffee lover but when I visited Colombia I had to buy coffee for my colleagues. I asked a woman at the market which brand I should buy and she suggested amor perfecto in the black bag (Nariño). I loved it so much that I ended up keeping most of it for myself.
As a Colombian I can tell you that I have never tasted a coffee as delicious as this, you can really appreciate what it is to drink an excellent coffee, exquisite!
Thank for your feedback. We are happy to hear this from a Colombian. Proud to drink Colombian coffee roasted at origin.
You are raising prices, sending me a fancy box I do not want, and you are claiming about money staying in Colombia but how much of that stays with the producers? I love your coffee but am falling out of love with your business model.