Baru Black Mountain farm is located near La Armistad International Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site West of the Volcan Baru. The farm is named after the region’s very dark volcanic soil. The Baru Black Mountain farm is not only committed to environmentally-friendly farming practices, but also respects its workers, who receive medical and educational support for their families.
Sub-region: Chiriqui Co-op: Baru Black Mountain Altitude: 1350-1500 m.a.s.l. Arabica Varieties: Red catuai, Red caturra Process: Washed Taste notes: almond, chocolate, peach, caramel