This coffee from the Rutas del Inca Cooperative in the state of Cajamarca in northern Peru, is Fair Trade and certified USDA Organic, with phenomenal flavor.
The Rutas del Incas cooperative was founded in 2013 with 33 members, and has already grown to 258 highly dedicated workers in just a few short years. These producers are focused on improving quality through sustainable farming practices.
This is an intriguing, yet approachable cup, with a balanced brightness and sweetness.
Tasting Notes: Blackberry, bergamot, concord grapes
Varietals: Typica, Cattura, Bourbon, Pache
Elevation: 1800-2400 meters
Processing: Washed process
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