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Peru SHB EP San Ignacio | Boxes

$72.00 USD

REGION: San Ignacio, San Martin

ALTITUDE: 1,300 - 1,950 m

VARIEITIES: CatuaiCaturra, Bourbon, Catimor and Pache

PROCESS: Washed and patio dried

Q-Grade: 83 Points 

CUP: Mild acidity, medium body

FLAVOR: Dry fruits, chocolate, light citrus tones, almond

NOTE: Grown on organic certified farms.

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Peru Coffee 

Peru is the 10th largest exporter of coffee and much of the exports are produced and cultivated by coops. Poor infrastructure in the country has attracted development groups which have helped many farms gain fair trade and organic certifications. The three largest production regions are on the eastern slope of the Andes: San Martin Region, the Amazonas and the Chanchamayo.  It is the fifth largest exporter of Arabica beans in the world and while Peru is one of the more often-forgotten coffees, this doesn’t take away from the quality of beans. 

Peru SHB EP 

Specialty beans have a Q grade within the cupping ranges of 81 – 84 and primarily come from the Satipo and Aprocanorsi coops, which are in the San Ignacio and Central Amazon regions. These coffees have a sweet aroma, a smooth, creamy body, a well-balanced fruity flavor, with mild acidity and a clean aftertaste. Those with good pallets can taste chocolate tones, malt, and a sweet and fruity aroma. 


100% Arabica Coffee.

Green coffee beans, raw coffee, unroasted coffee.

Green coffee is a raw agricultural product requiring further processing prior to consumption. Foreign materials may be present such as stones.