Chrysanthemums. Dark chocolate. Purple plums. Gingerbread spices.




Finca Corahe is an acronym for the surnames of the six Cordova Arroyo brothers. Marco Cordova and his brothers are third-generation coffee growers. They grew up on a coffee farm with their grandparents and parents. In 1990, during the industry crisis (when coffee farmers’ costs were far outstripping the price of coffee on the stock exchange), the family farm stopped processing coffee and spent fifteen years only growing, harvesting, and selling coffee berries. The brothers each went their own way, leaving for bigger cities to attend universities. Five years ago, Marco talked his brothers into investing their savings in a farm. Specialty coffee became the brothers’ new passion. Nowadays, the Cordova farm annually produces a tonne of excellent arabica of different varieties and treatments.