Peruvian Organic

Roast Quick Facts

Medium-DarkCaramelMilk ChocolateTangerine
This coffee presents a captivating blend of flavors, starting with the rich sweetness of caramel that smoothly transitions into the luxurious depth of milk chocolate. Complementing these indulgent tones is a zesty hint of tangerine, adding a bright, citrusy contrast. This coffee, sourced from the pristine organic farms of Peru, offers a well-rounded and satisfying experience. Its organic cultivation ensures purity and quality, making each sip a delightful journey through its layered taste profile.
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🔬 Under The Microscope

Roaster Notes:
This Organic Peru coffee is a sensory delight, blending the lushness of the Peruvian terrain with a rich tapestry of flavors. Each sip begins with the deep, comforting sweetness of caramel, enveloping the palate in its smooth, luxurious embrace. This is swiftly complemented by the creamy, indulgent essence of milk chocolate, adding a layer of sophisticated richness. As the flavors unfold, a bright, zesty twist of tangerine emerges, cutting through the sweetness with its refreshing citrus sparkle. The combination of these notes creates a harmonious balance, reflecting the coffee's organic origins and meticulous cultivation. Perfect for those who savor a coffee with depth and a playful variety of tastes.

Country of Origin:

Best Brewing Method:
Pour Over

Origin of The Beans

Where does Peruvian Organic's beans come from?
The Region

Cajamarca, in Peru, is renowned for its exquisite coffee, grown in high-altitude, rich mountainous terrain. This region's unique climate and fertile soil yield beans with a distinct profile: full-bodied with a subtle, sweet acidity. Cajamarca coffee often features a delightful mix of flavors like caramel, nuts, and floral notes, making each cup a reflection of its lush, diverse landscape. The dedicated local farmers here use traditional methods, ensuring sustainable, quality production.

The Farm

Established in June 1969, COOPAFSI (Cooperative Agraria “Frontera San Ignacio” Ltda) has been a pioneer in promoting gender equality in coffee production. This cooperative is particularly notable for its emphasis on "women grown" coffee, empowering female producers who significantly contribute to both the quality and distinctiveness of their coffee. These women are not only involved in coffee cultivation but also actively engage in innovative projects to enhance their families' lives. They focus on producing high-quality, consistent coffee for various markets. In 2016, the cooperative formed a women's committee responsible for managing loans to help producers improve their land and invest in home improvements, crafts, and livestock. Additionally, they established a computer lab, ensuring all members have access to modern technology, furthering their commitment to development and empowerment.

Process & Harvest

Fully washed and patio-dried coffee offers a pristine taste profile with enhanced clarity and pronounced flavors. This meticulous process begins with washing the beans to remove the cherry and mucilage, resulting in a cleaner cup with bright acidity. After washing, the beans are spread on large patios, where they are sun-dried to achieve the perfect moisture content. This traditional drying method contributes to a consistent and high-quality brew, highlighting the bean's natural characteristics.

The Region
The Farm
Process & Harvest