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The blue-grey and foaming Pacific in the west, majestic Andes in the center and the infinite Amazon basin in the east – Peru can be admired for many reasons.
Coffee production came to Peru in the 1700s. After two centuries, the heirloom typica variety still comprises 60 percent of the country's exports. There are more than 110,000 coffee growers in Peru, most of whom are indigenous to these landscapes and speak Spanish as a second language. The average land-holding farmer lives on two or three hectares, hours away from the comforts of electricity and running water. Peru’s coffee exports account for two percent of both the national economy and the global coffee supply, Peru is quickly building a global reputation for producing traditionally cultivated, shade grown, high quality Arabica beans.
Our Peruvian has a creamy mouth feel, medium body, fruity with a hint of chocolate...very well balanced.
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To me, the smell of fresh-made coffee is one of the greatest inventions.