The Holguin Ramos belongs to a family with a profound tradition in the agroindustry sector for over ninety years. They have seen the richness and generosity of this land. In 2010 they decided to create "Inmaculada Coffee Farms" as a way of giving back in a sustainable way the love and happiness they have received from the community of Pichindé. lt has been almost a decade since they engaged in a dream of planting coffee in a territory that was merely in pasture and brush, but thanks to its nature, altitude, climate, beauty and lots of work, it has turned out to be the perfect environment for planting exotic coffee varieties.
Laurina is a light, transparent coffee that in some ways seems more akin to tea Its caffeine percentage is between 0.4-0.75 % (usually around 0.6% compared to 1.2-1.6% in most other arabica coffees) Laurina is very sweet, with a fruity, floral aroma and its hugely popular variety
The Laurina tree is distinguished by its long and pointy beans that vary from 12 to 15 inches. The tree is an icon Christmas tree like shape with massive concentrated leafs and the beans usually grow from the inside and can barely be seen. It's height can go up to 2,2 meters.