Strong and thinly acidic, fruity taste of apricot.
Balanced, subtly acidic, long chocolate finish.
Caturra, Typica, Catimor
The Peru El Palto that we offer you is the product of ecological agriculture. The coffee cultivation started in the 1950's in the Amazonian Andes in the North of Peru. During a long time the agricultural techniques depended heavily on the use of agrochemicals. The Association of Coffee Producers Juan Marco El Palto -abbreviated in Spanish "JUMARP"- was founded in 2003 by José Carranza Barboa in cooperation with 35 other small farmers. They decided to change the old techniques and replace them with a durable production process that spares the indigenous forests. All producers associated with JUMARP work on small lots. In total there are 188 producers that cultivate coffee on a surface of 549 hectares in the "Selva Alta" in the North of Peru. There reigns a specific type of ecosystem, characterized by dense and damp forests, that can be found in Peru and Mexico.
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