Salsa Rhythms is a single origin Fairtrade Colombian Coffee from the Huila Region. We favoured this coffee because its known for its softness, bright acidity, sweetness and aromatic profile. You’ll no longer recognise this as coffee but rather as a copious intoxication. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself dancing, smiling and altogether rocking!
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Medium-Dark Roast 100% Arabica
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Salsa Rhythms is a Fairtrade coffee which means our 'coffee chain' considers pricing, good working conditions, local sustainability and fair farmer terms. Fairtrade sets social, economic and environmental standards for both companies and the farmers and workers who grow the food. For farmers and workers the standards include protection of workers’ rights and the environment, for companies they include the payment of the Fairtrade Minimum Price and an additional Fairtrade Premium to invest in business or community projects of the community’s choice.
Fairtrade independently check that our standards have been met by the farmers, workers and companies that are part of products’ supply chains. And in order to reassure consumers that this has happened, they license the use of the FAIRTRADE Mark on products and packaging to signal this. When all the ingredients that can be Fairtrade in a product are, the product carries the mark.
Huila is an area located in the southwest of Colombia. No other region in Colombia produces more coffee than this mountainous beauty. The beauty of this region is easily found in the coffee with its sweet notes, bright acidity and fruity caramel-like aroma. In 2013, Huila honourably received the Denomination of Origin status - a standing that is given to champagne and other foods/drinks that have a location defined taste.
Colombia is a country in northwestern South America that borders the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Neighbouring countries include Brazil, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela. The geography of Colombia is diverse with flat lowlands and the high Andes Mountains. The government system is a republic in which the executive branch dominates government structure. The chief of state and head of government is the president. Colombia has a pro-market economic system in which the prices of goods and services are determined in a free price system. Colombia is a member of the Andean Community (ANCOM).