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Colombia Arauca Cacao

Origin: Colombia, Arauca
Region: Sierra Nevada
Cacao Variety: Arauqita5, 2019 Harvest
Tasting Notes: Nectarine, Honeysuckle, Cashew
From the Arauca River Basin on the border with Venezuala, the Villa Gaby farm is owned and run by a second-generation cacao grower named Elizabeth Agudelo. The Arauca region lies on the border of Colombia and Venezuela along the Arauca river basin.  Cacao is an important source of employment for female heads of households and has helped in the recovery of peace to the region.
Over 600 species of birds populate these fertile river banks where the cacao trees grow to sweet perfection. Elizabeth has identified Arauqita5 which is a native cacao on her farm. The production capacity of this farm is about 10MT, and the farm meets the fermentation and drying standards set by Cacao de Colombia and Uncommon Cacao, ensuring high and consistent quality for these delicate and delicious beans.

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