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Coffee production in our Hacienda is conducted under special shade, provided by 158 trees per hectare, selected to offer the optimal conditions for the quality of the coffee beans. Regular shade architecture for coffee is 100% guamo (Inga). In our case, we use galapo, nogal, cedro and guayacan in addition to guamos. (Albizzia, Cordia, Cedrela and Tabebuia), among others.

The Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center has awarded us with the seal that certifies shade organic coffee farms with 10 different species or more and three level canopy.

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Every 25 years, coffee and shade fields require renovation, conducted by removing old coffee and shade trees, to plant new ones and begin the cycle again. That is the reason why we now have regular availability of wood products to offer.

We can process two 25 year old trees per day. Conversion in to dinner tables or desks varies in accordance with sizes and type of finish required by the customer.

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