Virgelina Perdomo Microlot
Farmer: Virgelina Perdomo and her daughters
Introducing our second Canyon Instant: Granjeras, a seasonally-rotating selection from Colombia grown 100% by women. True to the name, "granjeras" translates to women farmers.
We're delighted to launch the follow-up to our Classic Canyon Instant: Granjeras Instant. Batch-brewed with coffee grown by one of our favorite producers, Virgelina Perdomo of Colombia. We purchased our first microlot of Virgelina's back in 2019. Enthralled by its round juiciness, sweet caramel body and notes of passion fruit, we shared it in whole bean form. This year, we're thrilled to make this special coffee available in instant coffee form, freeze-dried under the watchful eyes and master precision of Swift Cup.
Bring your Morning Ritual with you
on the road,
on the plane,
in the woods,
to grandma's house,
WHEREVER YOU GO!
Each Box contains 6 Packets
Each packet = one delicious cup of coffee
Just add 8oz of water and enjoy!
Freeze Dried Coffee made in collaboration with Swift Cup
About Instant Coffee
We love the ritual of making pour overs and finding new shops on our travels. But SOMETIMES, we find ourselves in situations where we are READY for a good cup of coffee...
AND NONE CAN BE FOUND!
Enter: Canyon Instant Coffee.
Like a shop-quality americano in your pocket.
Made from batch-brewed, freshly-roasted coffee grown by Virgelina Perdomo in Huila, Colombia, we teamed up with Instant Coffee experts Swift Cup to craft a coffee we feel confident in and proud to introduce to the Canyon family.
We hope you enjoy!
Ally & Casey
Canyon Instant keeps for a loooong time
So you can stow a box
in your suitcase,
in your purse,
in your backpack,
& at your in-law’s!
What is a microlot?
As the name implies, a coffee microlot is relatively smaller than a normal lot, or harvest yield, of coffee. But why is it smaller? Often, microlots are the result of a single farmer or group of farmers dedicating a smaller plot of land to which they can give more time with higher quality of care and attention to detail. The end result is often a higher quality, more valuable coffee.
About the Farmer
Virgelina Perdomo is a member of the CooCentral Co-op of Huila, Colombia. Through the co-op, Virgelina has been able to separate and process her own microlot of coffee. She works with the help of her daughters, Viviana and Lina Marcela on her farm, El Diamente.