Peru

Cooperative Agraria "Frontera San Ignacio" was established in 1969. Gender equality was an important factor when the land was purchased and divided among producers. This lot is "women grown" - "Las Damas de San Ignacio". In 2016 a committee of women was created by the coop, who are responsible for distributing loans which will enable producers to improve their own land while also taking part in new developments for their kitchens crafts and livestock. They also created a computer lab which allows all members to stay up to date with modern technology.

Cupping Notes: Average acidity, body and sweetnes with flavor notes of dark chocolate, tangerine and honey.

Roast Level: Full City/Medium

Location: San Ignacio, Cajamarca

Altitude: 4900 to 5750 feet above sea level

Varieties: Typica, Mundo Novo, Caturra and Catimor

Process: Fully Washed, Sun-dried