Peruvian (Full City) [ORGANIC]

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Peruvian (Full City) [ORGANIC]

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Location – Amazonas, Uctubamba

Farm Name: ANACCAFE CO-OP

Grade – II

Processing method – Fully Washed, sun dried

Altitude – 1,300-2,000 MASL

Annual Rainfall – 1,500mm – 1,200mm

Area of Production – 700 hectares

Varietal: Bourbon, Typica, Catimor

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FARM INFORMATION

ANACCAFE is a co-op of farmers located in the town of Cococho in the Amazonas region of Peru. The co-op, as it is today, was established in 2010 and became an official group in 2013, under the leadership of Olegario Medina Tarrillo.

The farmers have been practicing organic farming for years, and the co-op is now certified Fair Trade and Organic. Each farming member of ANACCAFE grows, harvests and wet processes their own coffee at altitudes between 1250 and 2000 meters above sea level. The process is very personal for each farmer, who works with their families, doing most everything by hand to process their coffee individually based on what is best for the exact altitude in which it was grown. The members of ANACCAFE pride themselves on the fact that most, if not all, of each farmer’s labor is done manually, in order to insure the best possible quality of coffee.

Once each farmer finishes the wet process and sun-dries their coffee, they deliver it to the co-op.
There, the farmer’s coffees are combined, and the coffee is sent to be dry processed before it is shipped out. In the dry process facility, they further analyze the coffee for physical and cup quality, stating that

by the end of the process, they only want to export “Coffee Gold.”