Peru is source to a variety of fine specialty coffee distinguished by a unique sensory experience. The Arabica variety is the most common grown in Peru being cultivated in elevations in excess of 900 meters above sea level. The variations of Arabica include Typical, Bourbon, Caturra, and Geisha cultivated by care from smallholder farmers producing exceptional flavors.
The regions of Cajamarca, Junín and Cuzco produce some of the most unique flavor profiles of coffee in Peru.
• Unroasted Coffee Beans
• Roasted Coffee Beans
• Grounded Coffee
• Espresso Capsules
La Convención, Cuzco, is located in the south east region of Peru. It is a seven hour bus ride from Cuzco crossing the Andes into the jungle area of the Cuzco Province. The elevation ranges from 900 to 2,000 meters above sea level. There are approximately over 50,000 hectares of cultivated land of coffee in the region with a approximate production of over 30,000 metric tons. The harvest season is from March to September.
Chanchamayo, Junín, is located in the central region of Peru. The elevation ranges from 900 to 1,800 meters above sea level. There are approximately over 75,000 hectares of cultivated land of coffee in the region with an approximate production of over 45,000 metric tons. The harvest season is from March to August.