No region in Colombia produces as much coffee as Huila. The town of Garzón sits right at the center of this coffee region. Huila doesn’t just actively lead in quantity – it’s also renowned for award-winning quality and a distinct flavor profile that’s always been a favorite of coffee lovers. At a medium roast, this Huila coffee unveils a maple syrup aromatic sweetness, a cocoa base flavor, and a hint of raw cinnamon. As it cools in the cup, there is a faint fruity finish (say that three times) reminiscent of dried cherries.