Medellín: Coffee Tour With Tastings and Lunch

Activity provider: D'arrieros Coffee Farm

Medellín: Coffee Tour With Tastings and Lunch

Activity provider: D'arrieros Coffee Farm
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Get a complete understanding of Colombian coffee, renowned all over the world for its quality and delicious taste. Discover its history, origin, cultivation, and the beans themselves. Learn how to make and taste different kinds of coffee.

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Duration 4 - 6 hours
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Live tour guide
Spanish, English
Pickup included
Hotels in the metropolitan area of Medellin or at Parque Poblado.


  • Get to know the coffee culture of Colombia on a day-trip from Medellín
  • Enjoy guided coffee tastings from your knowledgeable guide
  • Learn the processes needed to make Colombian coffee par excellence
  • Dress up like a local Colombian muleteer with a poncho and hat
  • Take an optional horseback ride through the stunning scenery
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Head out to San Sebastián de Palmitas, just 45 minutes from Medellín, to begin your unique coffee tour. After hotel pick-up, set off for a coffee-making farm and enjoy listening to a brief history about the origin of the coffee and how it was first brought to Colombia.

Take the chance to dress in the typical costume of the paisa muleteer, including hat, poncho, paruma, and the tail of a rooster. Later, move on to a coffee plantation to carry out the coffee harvest, reducing the mixture to a pulp and finally, drying it. After these activities, sit down for a refreshing drink of musilago (coffee juice) and a tea made from the coffee pulp. Savor a typical dish from the region made of banana with honey and cheese.

Hear your guide explain some techniques on how to prepare and drink coffee and have a short tasting of different coffees and servings. Later, try a typical dish of the paisa muleteer consisting of rice, yuca, ground beef, boiled egg, sausage, and banana.

Try preparing your coffee to your own taste with the information you have just learned from your guide. Finally, receive a pack of coffee as a gift and have the chance to buy farm products at the shop. If the option is chosen, also experience a 2-hour horseback ride through the farm to some viewpoints. All instructions will be given to inexperienced riders.

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off from the metropolitan area of Medellin or at Parque Poblado
  • Typical lunch
  • Coffee tastings
  • Drinks made from coffee beans and pulp
  • Snack
  • 1 pack of coffee to take home as a gift
  • Horseback ride (if the option is chosen)
  • Gratuities
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
  • Wheelchair users
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Important information

What to bring

  • Sunscreen
  • Water
  • Closed-toe shoes

Know before you go

  •  This tour is not recommended for people with limited mobility
  •  You will walk up hills and through coffee plantations to reach the top of the farm
  •  It is recommended that you do not wear shorts or open-toe shoes
  • Please provide full names and passport numbers at checkout
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4.8 /5

based on 246 reviews

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BOOK IT! Just amazing! We learnt so much and had information that we can really apply to when we're back! Mateo was BRILLIANT, we had a lovely time and this was one of the highlights of our time in Medellin! I was a bit upset when someone in Bogotá said "Medellin" is not part of the main coffee area, but we're glad it isn't - this coffee farm is small and grows their coffee in a healthier ways + shows the actual potential issues withbig producers that you normally wouldn't know! Loved it!

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July 19, 2022

very wonderful tour and would highly recommend it. our tour guide David was very knowledgeable as he grewup there, took time to answer all of our questions and showed us everything there is about coffee. Everyone at the finca super friendly and curtious. lunch and drinks were traditionaland delicious, no doubt you should take the tour.

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June 29, 2022

I have a few bone to pick but overall this was my FAVORITE part of my trip to Medellin. That's probably because I had to work for it a bit. I was unaware that we were going to have to climb a mud and rock path up the side of a mountain (I'd have worn my shoes meant for that). I'm a big guy so I had to huff and puff my way up but I got there. Boy oh boy am I glad I did because the views were AMAZING. Then the food was AMAZING, plus I'm aware that I only got a small dose of what it was like to be a coffee farmer but I came out with a new respect for the people who do/did that for a living because it's hard. Apparently there are no roads, people just go up and down the mountain anytime they need to leave. I'm going to dock them on the value because it costs the same as the Guatape tour but you get a lot more on that tour. Plus there was some confusion with transportation but we got there. Ultimately as the guide said, your favorite is the one you remember. I'll NEVER forget this

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June 11, 2022

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