Coffee restaurant at Hacienda San Alberto. (Buenavista, Quindio). The rainfall is also a determining factor for coffee production in Colombia. Colombia's geographic location makes it subject to the influences of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the Amazon, the presence of valleys and the breathtaking diversity in coffee farms, there are different climates and microclimates mole that provide appropriate special conditions for coffee growing in terms of water availability, temperature, solar radiation and wind conditions. One factor that distinguishes Colombia is the passage of the Intertropical Confluence Zone (ITCZ), where trade winds converge in the northern and southern hemispheres. The double movement within this zone generates Colombian two rainy seasons in the year in the center of the country, of which the months of heaviest rains are April to May and October to November. The double run of the ITCZ for the coffee combined with the varied topography allow an adequate amount and distribution of rainfall throughout the year with enough water to complete the entire production cycle of the crop. The general trend in the Colombian Coffee Zone is to present wet and dry periods interspersed throughout the year, allowing fresh coffee harvest regularly.