Prior to entering the coffee market in 2000, Mr. Guerrero made a living growing wheat and fruit until various sociopolitical and economic factors shifted his efforts towards coffee- one of the first in the region to do so. Pablo overcame initial uncertainties about coffee's viability at Nariño’s high elevations, inspiring others in the region to follow suit. Pablo’s extensive agricultural background has aided in the 100-hectare estate’s long-term health and quality of crops. The property features a well-equipped wet mill with tile fermentation tanks, depulping equipment, and raised drying beds under a solar dryer. His attention to detail and innovative approaches to fermentation have allowed Pablo to produce delicious coffees - like the one we are sharing with you.