Up until 2016 the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation only allowed the export washed coffee. As a result, many farmers focused on mass production of coffee beans over quality, replacing unique coffee plant varietals that produced interesting flavours in favour of high yield plants. Jairo Arcila is one such farmer who, along with his two sons, has helped grow speciality coffee production in Colombia over the past few years. La Pradera is a coffee processing facility owned by Jairo Arcila that works alongside farmers to improve their coffee production and processing. Focusing on strict guidelines to ensure quality in the final product and processing the beans in alternative ways producing new and unique flavour profiles previously lost in the strict washing regulations pre-2016. This has helped spark the growth of speciality coffee production in Colombia; they now have the largest range of varietals in the world. Castillo is one of the varietals produced by Jairo Arcila in Colombia. When it is honey processed, it develops a beautiful fruity profile reminiscent of orange and currants.