La Gabriela is the oldest farm in our company, it has more than 100 years of coffee tradition and different families have passed through it, dedicated to collecting coffee and welcoming those who visit it with the best smile. La Gabriela is located between 1,300 and 1,600 meters above sea level. A 29.5-hectare farm, surrounded by 111,000 trees of native species and course coffee varieties such as Java, Maragogype, and Geisha.
Elkin, Diana, and their two children live there. They make up the family that takes care of the farm and is in charge of collecting the coffee that we later export. Elkin Bedoya gets up at 5:30 in the morning when the sun has not yet risen, to verify that everything is in order in each lot.
Learn more about Elkin in this video:
Diana is Elkin’s wife and housekeeper on the estate. Feeding the workers and attending to the visitors that come to the farm is her job, but her greatest passion is gardening, she enjoys spending time making pots with tires and taking care of the flowers in the garden. Everyone who knows La Gabriela congratulates her on the great job she has done with the garden; If you want to know more about Diana and her great passion, watch the video.
La Gabriela farm keeps many years of family tradition that transmits to their children the love for the countryside and coffee. Learn more about our farms on our social networks or schedule a visit so you can live the full experience.