Colombia is second only to Brazil in overall coffee production and first in quantity of Arabicas grown. The Juan Valdez ad campaign helped make Colombia the best known origin. “Supremo” is the highest grade, based on bean size. Colombian coffee has long been considered generally good, but unspectacular. Some really fine coffees, however, are produced in Colombia, mostly in the southwest part of the country.
A City or Full roast is recommended if you want a morning coffee, or an Italian roast if you would prefer a gourmet dinner coffee.
Rich yet well balanced and with medium to full body, Columbia Supremo has a mild sweet flavor and good acidity and very pleasant aroma. Columbia Supremo is said to be bright enough for breakfast and rich enough for dinner.