To visit Peñon de la Fe is like a journey back in time 200 years. The soil is rich with a reddish tint. There is a very bumpy road which extends the time. On our visit this year, it was truly magical.
Ivan’s grandfather started this farm 80 years ago. Ivan took over recently from his family. Ivan has a quality focused approach to farming.
Peñon de la Fe produces 50% washed coffees, 25% honey, 25% natural The naturals this harvest were dried on patios with a black mesh to manage the heat. Ivan is investing in a raised bed greenhouse for the 2021 crop.
Additionally this farm features a nursery which creates all the new plants for Peñon de la Fe and it’s sister farm Palo Blanco.