Our brand pays tribute to the most important station of the Antioquia Railway, bustling with activity from 1907 to 1962. From the station came the first coffee beans exported in our region. It was key to the economic development of it and its capital, Medellín, making coffee trade one of its main sources of wealth.
We evoke this important station with its beautiful architecture, well preserved and full of stories, which can still be visited in downtown Medellín. She represents for us the commitment to continue connecting Colombian producers with consumers of single-origin coffee around the world, positively impacting those involved in its production chain.
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With your subscription, you receive a special boarding-pass that grants you the right to visit the very source of your favorite morning drink. When tourism resumes, your pass allows you to engage with the people, landscapes, and traditions behind every cup of Estación Medellín coffee.
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Our local communities.
A worldwide relationship.
Small coffee farms (there are around 500,000 in Colombia) cannot sell their crops directly to consumers, and the imbalance between production costs and sale prices is a constant issue affecting them. We discovered that agrotourism is a powerful way to help balance this equation.
For the past eight years, we have successfully provided a steady stream of visitors to our beautiful farmlands, generating wealth and additional means of income for the farming communities. To date, more than 2,000 travelers from across the globe have visited the farms and enjoyed one of the most authentic and enriching experiences of their lives.
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