Indulge yourself in some of the finest Colombian specialty coffee

Our story began in Huila, Colombia. Unequivocally, over a cup of coffee, overseeing the beautiful mountain range, amazed by the clouds moving seamlessly over their peaks. It touched my curiosity about that cup of coffee.
On our second trip, we took on the challenge of visiting a coffee farm in the Andean mountains to meet the farmer and his land. The rest is history.

Since its inception, Red bean Harvest Distributors has been focusing on importing top-quality specialty coffee beans from different regions in Colombia and currently serving four regions, each with a unique and distinctive flavor. We work directly with farmers to ensure all our specialty coffee comes with 100 percent traceability guaranteed. 

Furthermore we embraced certifications like Fairtrade, Rainforest Alliance, UTZ and Organic.

Colombian Coffee

Immerse yourself in the charm of Colombia with our specialty coffee. Each cup is a sensory journey, capturing the unique essence of the Colombian mountains. Experience excellence, from the farm to your cup. Discover the authentic flavor of Colombia with us.


Of the 32 departments or states in Colombia are coffee grower

13.9 M

Sacks of Coffee production in 2020

6 Varieties

Of coffee are produced in Colombia (Caturra, Tabi, Borbon, Colombia, Tipica, and Castillo)

1200 - 2100 M

About the level of the sea it’s the ideal conditions to grow Coffee in Colombia

Our mission is simple: to continue bridging the gap between farmers and consumers, embracing the principles that stand on every coffee bean produced. Coffee-tasting notes are a bouquet of citrus, fruits, cane sugar, and caramel. Moreover, beans are sorted following EP (European Preparation) method for 15+ defects screening. Enjoy a different cup of coffee!

Honey, Cundinamarca (Espresso Roast)

Tolima, Planadas

Buesaco, Nariño

Cascaricafe (Coffee Marmalade)

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