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Cajamarca is located in the far north of Peru, near the border with Ecuador. This coffee is a blend of very good quality and fully traceable, produced from the coffees of six small farms, called "cafetales". The coffees are produced from varieties Catimor, Caturra, Typica and Pache, mutation of the Typica. He also has an organic certification. Belco gave the name of "El Mango" to this café, which is actually one of the production plots of this coffee.

Located in the province of San Ignacio, the producers of this coffee often have plots of less than 2 hectares. The low volumes of coffee produced make it impossible to export coffee as an independent producer. The producers have therefore united around the Sol y Café cooperative to export. This café brings together the productions of six coffee growers in the area. Located at high altitude, this café is transformed by the producers themselves, who sell their parches to the cooperative, in order to carry out the sale and the constitution of the lots.

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100% arabica (catimor, caturra, typica et pache)

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A very aromatic coffee with a nice freshness. The palate is initially fruity on notes of grapefruit. Notes of cardamom and ginger on the finish.
Fruity, spicy
Grapefruit, ginger and cardamom
Blonde roasting Amber Roasting Deep roasting
4
3/5
Peru
1350 - 1900 m
100% arabica (catimor, caturra, typica et pache)
From April to July
Washed
1
10,4%
658 g/l
18/19
Direct Trade
250G
" An aromatic and fresh coffee with hints of grapefruit, cadamone and ginger. "

Cajamarca is located in the far north of Peru, near the border with Ecuador. This coffee is a blend of very good quality and fully traceable, produced from the coffees of six small farms, called "cafetales". The coffees are produced from varieties Catimor, Caturra, Typica and Pache, mutation of the Typica. He also has an organic certification. Belco gave the name of "El Mango" to this café, which is actually one of the production plots of this coffee.

Located in the province of San Ignacio, the producers of this coffee often have plots of less than 2 hectares. The low volumes of coffee produced make it impossible to export coffee as an independent producer. The producers have therefore united around the Sol y Café cooperative to export. This café brings together the productions of six coffee growers in the area. Located at high altitude, this café is transformed by the producers themselves, who sell their parches to the cooperative, in order to carry out the sale and the constitution of the lots.

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