Finca Andalucia is located in Ataco, on the western side of the Apaneca -Ilamatepec range. The range is a continuous succession volcanoes, the highest and most active one being Santa Ana (aka Ilamatepec). Home to a rich and fertile soil, but also a microclimate with dry winters and warm summer in a country dominated with tropical weather, the area has seen the cultivation of coffee as early as the 19th century.
Founded in the 1940s, Finca Andalucia cultivates coffee in a traditional way with coffee trees being protecting from the harsh sun-rays with a big variety of shade trees. Finca Andalucia cultivates exclusively Bourbon and Pacamara varietals, but is very active in testing different varieties. Finca Andalucia works with the Balcanes Mill to process its cherries during harvest.