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Husband and wife duo, Jesus and Rosa Barahona have been cultivating coffee at Finca Quindio for more than 20 years. They focus on high-quality varieties like this Tabi Natural lot.
Jesus and Rosa selectively handpick ripe, red cherry and process it on their farm. They lay cherry on marquesinas to sundry. They rake cherry frequently to ensure even drying.
Tabi is a cross between Typica, Bourbon and Timor that was created by CENICAFE. It was released in 2002 and combines coffee leaf rust resistance with the good cup quality of Bourbon and Typica. Similar to those two parents, Tabi is tall with long branches. However, Tabi has slightly larger fruits and seeds and can be grown at high altitudes, and in high density, with up to 3,000 trees per hectare. The name comes from the word “tabi,” meaning “good” in Guambiano, the dialect of a native Colombian tribe.