For us, the heart of Colombian coffee sits always in the mountains of Nariño.
Here coffee grows at elevations as high as 7,545 feet, where warm tropical days and cool nights let the beans develop slowly. Complex and elegant, medium-bodied with a juicy acidity, herbal notes and a walnut-like finish, this single-origin coffee is a unique collection of flavors. And one found only in this special place. It's the reason we've built relationships here for more than three decades.
Did You Know?
Nariño coffee is grown at altitudes as high as 2,300 m (7,545 ft) amid climate conditions that make it possible to cultivate exceptional coffee: more than 70 inches of rain per year, plenty of sun, and soil with a high percentage of organic material.
Balanced, Smooth & Rich
Reviewed by 30 customers
I TURNED ON MY FRIENDS IN 4 DIFFERENT STATES TO THIS COFFEE. A YEAR AGO THEY CALLED ME AND SAID THE COFFEE DOESN'T TASTE THE SAME. WE ALL BOUGHT NEW PACKAGES FOR 3 MONTHS BUT TO NO AVAIL THEY ALL SUCKED. WE NOW BUY ANOTHER BRAND. THANKS STARBUCKS FOR NOTHING. HOPE YOUR BOTTOM LINE BOTTOMS OUT !
I usually am not crazy as most folks about StarBucks coffee, with exception of this one. I was given a back of this to try. I love the rich taste. I really hate that is disappointed to find it is no longer available.
A coffee with a rich taste without a bold after taste
Narino is a very good coffee but it has a bite in the finish which is absent in reg Starbucks Colombia. We remain dismayed the Starbucks discontinued whole bean Colombia
This coffee was disappointing. The flavor was not unique to a generic Columbian store-bought coffee. The beans lacked any oil. It just wasn't fresh at all. It isn't the worst I've had, but I will never purchase it again.
Your promotion made this more accessible and affordable. Very good purchase.
Ok, here's what to do: for a great morning pot of coffee, start with whole beans. Use a "grind and brew" coffee maker, fill with water to the top (10-12 cups), add a Melitta paper filter over the "gold" filter that comes with the coffee maker. Then add two heaping scoops of Starbucks Guatemala, two heaping scoops of Columbia, and two heaping scoops of French Roast. YOU'RE WELCOME!!
Looking forward to every third day to keep all coffees on my to drink list.
I have been so sad that our grocery store doesn't carry Starbucks Columbian beans any longer but relieved that I can still buy it online.
good coffee, bag's a'lot smaller than before...price ain't.