Peru is not a newcomer to growing coffee. In fact, they have been growing coffee since the mid-1700's. This particular Peruvian bean is not the typical "blender bean" Peru is know for; it has been carefully cultivated as a stand-alone coffee, no other beans needed. So sit back and enjoyl Try is as your evening cup, or even as a cold brew. Its delicate taste will surprise you.
Producers: 400 smallholder farmers
Varietals: Caturra, Typica, Catimor, Pache
Elevation: 5,400 - 5,900 Feet
Notes: Sweet and savory lemon with cocoa flavors