Senel Campos and his son Allan work and live on their farm La Toboba. Since 2016, they have turned from being dependent on a coop to become an independent mill with full control of their harvest and post-harvest process.
Senel and Alan constantly improve and reinvest in their farm and micro-mill. In the last year they installed a greenhouse with capacity to dry more coffee in a controlled environment. They also improved the warehouse they built last year. Moving forward, they see more drying beds, another greenhouse, more land to plant more varieties.
When we ask Senel about the coffee marked, he tells us financing is one of his biggest issues. Senel would also like to educate all coffee consumers so they better understand the work behind producing specialty coffee working against environmental conditions, plagues and diseases.