Peru coffee is a type of coffee that is grown in the South American country of Peru. Peruvian/Peru coffee is known for its bright acidity, medium body, and complex flavor profile and are often compared to Colombian coffee in terms of taste and quality. It is typically grown in the Andes Mountains, where the high altitude and fertile soil contribute to the coffee's unique flavor characteristics.
Peru coffee is typically grown at high altitudes in the Andes Mountains, which contributes to its unique flavor characteristics. This coffee is often shade-grown and cultivated using sustainable farming practices, which helps to protect the natural environment and support local communities. Many coffee farmers in Peru use organic farming methods and participate in fair trade programs, which helps to ensure that they receive a fair price for their high-quality coffee beans.
Our Peru coffee is known for its smooth, low-acidic flavor profile having notes of salted caramel, nuts, and fruit. The coffee is often used to make medium to dark roast coffee blends and is a popular choice for specialty coffee drinks. Our Peru coffee is known for its floral aroma, citrusy flavor, and a subtle sweetness undertones. It has notes of caramel, fruit, as well as a subtle sweetness. The coffee is often used to make light to medium roast coffee blends and is a popular choice for specialty coffee drinks.
Our Peru coffee beans are grown in Clay Mineral soil at an altitude above 1100m by Cooperativa Agricola de Servicisios Norandino, from Piura, Amazonas, in Peru. It's gully washed and naturally sun dried, creating a unique bold flavor.
Our Peruvian/Peru coffee is a high-quality and flavorful coffee that is enjoyed by coffee lovers around the world. It is a great option for those who enjoy a bright and complex coffee with a subtle sweetness and nutty undertones.
Certification/Grading: FT, Organic
Tasting Profile: Salted caramel, silky sweet, citrus
Grower: Cooperativa Agricola de Servicisios Norandino
Variety: Caturra, Bourpon, Catuai, Pache, & Catimor
Region: Piura, Amazonas, Peru
Altitude: 1100-1700 M
Soil Type: Clay Minerals
Process: Gully washed and dried in the sun.