Bogotá, Colombia

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clock-o5 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English and 1 more

Overview

Take a deep dive into Colombia’s thriving coffee culture on this 5-hour, small-group exploration of the city’s markets, roasters, and coffee bars. Follow a dream team of coffee farmers, roasters and baristas, on an investigation of the ins and outs of the drink’s production, brewing, and tasting. Learn how beans are transformed from the field to your cup, then sample a few varieties and learn tips to brew a great cup of your own. Your coffee tour also includes round-trip transportation from your hotel and fruits and snacks during your market visit.
  • Become a coffee master while staying in one of the world's best coffee producing countries
  • Learn every step of the coffee process from the seed to your cup
  • Have a very special coffee tasting that will fine-tune your palate in order to capture the diverse flavors that are presented in coffee
  • Go to a coffee roaster well you will learn everything there is behind a delicious cup of Colombian coffee
  • Learn to be a coffee judge and tell good coffee from bad coffee
  • Dive deeply into local culture at a small market where you will taste exotic fruits and herbs, and experience the lively local trade
Caffeine lovers: learn about Colombian coffee culture and the drink’s production, complex flavors, and proper brewing techniques on this small-group tour.

Begin with pickup from your hotel before heading to Arte y Pasión Café: Escuela de Baristas, where you’ll learn how coffee is transformed from small farms into the finished product. Sample the roaster’s own varieties against a mass-produced brand and learn how to distinguish the artisanal coffees from typical store-bought roasts.

Continue to a coffee roaster called Café de la Fonda to learn about the last part of the roasting process at the plantations. An expert will explain each step of production.

Next head to the market, known as Palo Quemao. You’ll have the chance to discover the bounty of fruits and vegetables produced in Colombia. As you peruse the various agricultural products, your guide helps put each item into context and links its flavors back to coffee. Take a moment during your stop to sample a few complimentary fruits and snacks, each of which helps to form Colombia’s unique culinary culture, and try a cup of tinto, the locals' name for black coffee.

Afterward, your tour will conclude with drop-off back at your Bogotá hotel.
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