This blend of coffee from Inzá is made up from the producers of neighboring towns, or “veredas” as they’re called in Colombia. Hence the name, “Veredas Vecinas”, or “neighboring villages”. The province of Inzá is located in Southwestern Colombia within the greater Department of Cauca. As you make the drive from La Plata to Inzá, you follow the Rio Páez, and an eventual crossing over a suspension bridge lands you on the road to the villages where we buy coffee. Like much of Colombia, Cauca is home to very high altitude farms, many above the 2000 meter mark. The coffee from this lot harvested from an altitude range of about 1500 to 2000 meters.