With residual sweet notes.
Most strong coffees are produced in this region of the country due to an increased solar radiation which causes the coffee plant to work in a more relaxed way, developing more bitter.
Balanced coffees are those whose main characteristics, such as aroma, acidity, and body, are harmonized in such a way that one does not stand out more than the other. Their beans have a medium roasting point.
The blanket of clouds that characterizes the sky in Huila protects coffee crops from direct sun exposure and allows them to grow uninterrupted throughout the year. As a result, this unique coffee has a consistent sweet mild flavor and intense aroma.