"Dos Productores" is just how it sounds, built from 2 very small microlot-coffees we came across when building this most recent container of Colombia coffees. These producers are both from the Municipality of Timana, a region where our interest is growing, partly due to the quality-focused work of a local Timina cooperative. It starts with a fairly high price being paid for parchment coffee, end of 2014 seeing prices in the 900,000 peso range for base quality. Competition for Huila coffee is high, so paying high prices comes with the territory. And the premium we pay for the 'microlot' quality coffee sees an additional payment returned to the farmer, and immediately upon our approval of the sample (unique, and actually due to the good work being done by the intermediary group we work with, who handle financing and quite a bit of pre-selection for us). Anyway, these two producers are from the Camenzo and Santa Barbara Veredas, altitudes starting above 1500 meters, and planting mostly Caturra with some Variedad Colombia. We tasted the initial offers on a visit to Timana a few months back, and the rested coffee is impressive. The Vidal family provided 5 of this 8 bag blend, and Eli Espa±a the other 3. Both coffees exude pectin sugar sweetness, and the resulting blend is fantastic.