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                Load image into Gallery viewer, Peru - Juan Perez Davila

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Peru - Juan Perez Davila

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Peru - Juan Perez Davila

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Peru - Juan Perez Davila

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Peru - Juan Perez Davila

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Peru - Juan Perez Davila

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Peru - Juan Perez Davila

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Peru - Juan Perez Davila

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Peru - Juan Perez Davila

Peru - Juan Perez Davila

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    Origin : Peru
    Region
    : Santa Rosa, Cajamarca
    Farm
    : Le Bendicion de Dios, Santuario Coop
    Cultivar
    : Caturra, Typica
    Altitude
    : 1 850 m
    Process
    : Washed, fermented 20-32h
    Taste notes:
    Semisweet chocolate, cherry and pomegranate

    TASTING

    The Juan Perez Davila is a coffee for the general public. A nice roundness in the mouth, not too sweet. A rich, well-balanced cup. It is easy to appreciate. The taste of half-black chocolate gives a nice intensity.

    ORIGIN


    Juan has been growing coffee on his farm for 9 years and has been an active member of the Santuario Cooperative for 5 years. Like so many other coffee producers, he inherited the land from his parents. He owns 4 hectares of land, 2 of which are dedicated to coffee production.

    The harvest season in Huabal is between July and August. We are inspired by the Santuario Cooperative's commitment to honesty and transparency, their dedication to education and growth, and their dedication to quality as a lever to bring real value to people's lives.

    The Cooperative's mission is to help small producers obtain the best possible prices for coffee through quality improvement. Santuario also offers technical assistance in the field, sending experienced people to provide agricultural training and offers advice on soil fertility, cultivation techniques, harvesting and post-harvest practices to improve quality.

    They unite small producers in the ecologically diverse region of Cajamarca in northern Peru. Coop Santuario's long-term goals include helping farmers renovate their farms by providing them with the best working and hygienic conditions. In addition to helping farmers access the market for specialized products, Santuario focuses on long preservation products. Sustainability offers a path to long-term profitability for small farmers.

    DRINKING

    It is an ideal coffee to extract in espresso or latte.

    Brewing parameters :
    Dry coffee : 19 grams
    Wet weight : 32.5 grams
    Time : 28 secondes
    Water temperature : 200° F (93° C)

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