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Women’s Peru FTO 340g
Region: Amazonia, Peru
Growing Altitude: 1500-1800 MASL
Variety: Bourbon, Caturra, Catimor
Process: Washed and Sundried
Cupping Notes: Sweet, Floral, Sparkling Acidity and Juicy Body
Certifications: Fair Trade. Organic.
This coffee is flavour note after flavour note. Complex and creamy. The perfect combination of sweet, fruity and floral. An all woman producing lot. Aproccurma Co-op works with family owned farms in the province of Rodrigues De Mendoza, in Peru’s Amazonia Region. Each Producer cultivates an average of 2.5 Hectares, intercropped with a variety of crops. These women proudly own their own land and farm according to organic practice.
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