Collection of coffee in the San Alberto. (Buenavista, Quindio). Café San Alberto has a unique flavor and aroma, thanks to the excellent geographical and climatic qualities of his estate producer, located in Buenavista, Quindio, 1500 meters from sea level. Winds converge there Quindío hot and cold valley of the Cordillera Central of Colombia. 100% of production comes from St. Albert Coffee fruits of the land of the Treasury, which also runs the selection process of the Quintuple. As you can see, coffee is grown in Colombia in the different aspects of the three branches of the Andes Mountains and the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, which run the entire country from the Caribbean coast, the north to the Colombia's border with Ecuador in the south. However, in practice, the growing and harvesting coffee extend in an area ranging between 850,000 and 900,000 acres. Other areas that could produce coffee are dedicated to the maintenance of natural forests and other agricultural activities. If you want to learn more about the regions and people who grow coffee in Colombia please visit the land of coffee. Other environmental factors associated with the temperature at the growing crop are also critical to obtaining a high quality beverage. The proximity to the equator generates an exposure to solar radiation influences the average temperatures recorded in the mountainous slopes of Colombia. In these special conditions is recorded the existence of microclimates and conditions conducive to growing high quality coffee. High in the tropics are average temperatures, without extreme variations during the year.