a republic in northwestern South America; the major legal crop is coffee but cocaine is also a major export
a medium-size country located in the northeast corner of South America, a privileged position for accessing two different oceans
This country mostly exports arabicas graded Supremo or Excelso. The difference is the size of the bean. Supremo beans are only slightly larger than Excelso, but this small difference in size accounts for their superior quality.
The standard Colombia coffee is a wet-processed coffee produced by small holders, collected, milled and exported by the Colombian Coffee Federation. It is sold by grade (Supremo highest) rather than by market name or region. It can range from superb high-grown, classic, mildly fruity Latin-America coffee to rather ordinary, edge-of-fermented fruity coffee.
a country that borders Panama to the southeast.
in Bolivar's period this referred to the union of present-day Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Panamá. The name Gran (Greater) Colombia was introduced later to distinguish this union from present-day Colombia.
a country in northwestern South America; it is southeast of Panama.
Colombia, or formally, the Republic of Colombia (Spanish: , ), is the northwesternmost country of South America. Colombia is bordered to the east by Venezuela and Brazil; to the south by Ecuador and Peru; to the North by the Atlantic Ocean, through the Caribbean Sea; and to the west by Panama and the Pacific Ocean. Colombia is also the only country in South America that borders both the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean.