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Ecuador Las Terrazas Coffeebeans 250 gr.

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Farm owned by Arnaud Causse, Las Terrazas del Pisque is located in an area of extreme conditions for coffee between 1800 and 2100 meters above sea level. In the region of Pichincha near Quito, Vilcabamba's climate is desert, the average temperature in Vilcabamba is 25.7 ° C and the average rainfall is 192.4 mm.

The farm is 100 hectares and 50 hectares are planted with coffee. The arid region produces coffee only through an irrigation system Arnaud has installed on the mountain top. The farm has the same varieties as Las Tolas. Next to his coffee production, Arnaud also produces lavender which he intends to extract essential oil and vine.

So it's a crazy project!

The farm, in addition to producing coffee, also produces lavender, whose purpose is one day to make essential oil, as well as vine.

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Harmonious, fruity, greedy
Raspberry, honey, blueberry
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Ecuador
Vilcabamba
Las Terrazas del Pisque
Arnaud Causse
1700m
Caturra, bourbon, typica
October to November
Washed
Specialty
10.30%
740 g/L
17/18
Fruity and gourmet notes, this coffee has a beautiful complexity and a nice balance. Intense aromas, a round body and flavors of pear, chocolate, raspberry and tangerine, it remains on the palate with hints of caramel and pear.
250 gr.
Label coffee
High quality coffees according to a production region.
Micro-lot coffee
Very high quality coffees from exclusive and specific terroirs selected for their specific preparations.
Terroir coffee
High quality coffees identified for their specificities selected directly from small producers.

Farm owned by Arnaud Causse, Las Terrazas del Pisque is located in an area of extreme conditions for coffee between 1800 and 2100 meters above sea level. In the region of Pichincha near Quito, Vilcabamba's climate is desert, the average temperature in Vilcabamba is 25.7 ° C and the average rainfall is 192.4 mm.

The farm is 100 hectares and 50 hectares are planted with coffee. The arid region produces coffee only through an irrigation system Arnaud has installed on the mountain top. The farm has the same varieties as Las Tolas. Next to his coffee production, Arnaud also produces lavender which he intends to extract essential oil and vine.

So it's a crazy project!

The farm, in addition to producing coffee, also produces lavender, whose purpose is one day to make essential oil, as well as vine.

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