About 90 minutes outside of Bogotá is a cool day trip to Fusagasugá, a quiet little town with lots of character. We visited Hacienda Coloma, a small coffee farm with amazing coffee.
Apparently, the buildings are 150 years old and were originally built as a refuge for Germans in WWII. After that, they were a monastery, and then finally, they are what they continue to be now: a coffee farm.
The beans above are actually not good because they’ve been over-roasted.
Open daily, Avenida Las Palmas via Tibacuy, Fusagasugá, Colombia. Tel: +571.867.3951 – Reservations: +57.1.547.2500 ext 108 email@example.com
3NOV12. Fusagasuga, Colombia.