Farm to Cup Story
The Andes are the world’s longest mountain range. Spanning through seven South American countries, they bridge the north and the south on the western side of the continent and are an integral part of the American Cordillera. The Andes, as well as the American Cordillera, have been an essential element in the growth of civilization in this part of the world, and provide diverse environments for wildlife and crops to grow and flourish. This particular lot of coffee was sourced from a farm in Cajamarca, Peru, which sits 1750 meters above sea level in the Andes. With the fruity sweetness of blueberries and cherries, the viscosity of cream, and the acidity of lime, The Range is a beautiful example of what the Andes have to offer.
This Organic offering was sourced from Antonio Regalado Diaz’s farm El Huyacan - La Palma in El Diamante, San José De Lourdes, San Ignacio, Cajamarca, Peru. It is a mixed cultivar lot consisting of Bourbon, Caturra, and Typica. This lot was depulped within 24 hours after picking, and then fermented for 18 hours dry. It was then washed three times in fresh water to remove the mucilage, then dried on raised beds or in parabolic driers for about 15 days.
Grab a bag of The Range today and enjoy a taste of the Peruvian Andes before it’s gone.
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