"Hunting is her work. Modern dance is her passion."
Our first offering from Peru and we are extremely excited to share this beautiful coffee with you. The Asociacion de Productores Cafetaleros Juan Marco El Palto (we'll just stick with El Palto) is located in the Amazonian Andes in northern Peru. The cooperative has grown since starting with 35 farmers in 2003, to now consisting of 189 active members. All coffee produced is certified organic and Fair Trade, and women represent 40 of the organizations families while also providing continual representation on the Board of Directors.
This particular lot was produced by Gilber Carranza Barboza and we are tasting rich and sweet notes of caramel, chocolate, and cherry. We recommend enjoying on a rooftop bar while listening to ambient music.
Sourced from our friends at Olam.
Now available in 10oz bag sizes
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