Inmaculada Coffee Farms is in the town of Pichindé, a county in the municipality of Cali, located within the state of Valle del Cauca. This area is surrounded by the Farallones National Park, in the Andes mountain range with an elevation between 1,700 and 2,000 meters above sea level.
This property has belonged to the Holguin Ramos family for over 90 years, creating a special bond between family, land, and environment, and felt the necessity to impact the region by creating an economic and social project that would bring change to the surrounding community. After over 80 years of agroindustrial experience in the fields of palm oil and sugar cane, they have decided to expand furthermore. The family has been working to produce specialty coffees from exotic varieties since 2010. All this is influenced by a swing in temperature between day and night, a cool moisture wind coming from the pacific ocean and through the Farallones mountain range that makes this a perfect place to cultivate these exotic coffees with each cherry and bean hand sorted.