Peru Cenfrocafe Gr.1 High mountain coffee full of vanilla, milk chocolate, red grape, forest berry flavors.
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Coffee from Peru, Cajamarca region SHB
Like most coffees from Peru, Peru Cenfrocafe coffee is certified organic and Fairtrade. The name Cenfrocafe stands for Central Fronteriza del Norte de Cafetaleros. At Sochaccy Coffee Roastery, we noticed that coffees from Peru are usually organically grown, but farmers are not always able to pay for the expensive certifications from international organizations, and in this particular case we were able to achieve this by creating a producers' cooperative.
Cenfrocafe is a cooperative founded by 220 farmers from the Cajamarca region in 1999, and now has over 2000 cooperators. Founding member and former Cenfrocafe CEO Anselmo Huaman Moreto explains: "The huge difference in our lives is that now our children can actually go to school, our coffee is recognized in the market because of the quality we produce, we get a fair price for our efforts, and our members can once again be proud to be farmers." Cenfrocafe is not just a coffee buying point, it is first and foremost a community focused on developing the quality of the coffee crop, expanding knowledge, but also supporting its members extensively through various trainings and loans during the harvest season. Cenfrocafe is also responsible for marketing and exporting coffee from the Cajamarca region to the world. Cenfrocafe is grown in a relatively young coffee region, where coffee has only been cultivated for 30 years and the average farm size varies between 4 and 10 hectares. The plantations of Cenfrocafe are home to the arabica coffee varieties Bourbon, Typica and Caturra. The crops are located at altitudes between 1,000 and 1,900 meters above sea level and are located near the cities of San Ignacio, Jaen in the Cajamarca region. After being harvested from the bush, the coffee berries are washed and then stored in special tunnels to protect the fresh coffee from the changing weather. The process of drying washed coffees is one of the basic procedures that gives green coffee its durability.
In the coffee we have the pleasure to offer you, notes of vanilla, milk chocolate, red grapes and forest berries can be sensed.
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- South America.
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- Bourbon, Typica, Caturra
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- Altitude of the plantation
- from 1,500 to 2,000 m.a.s.l.
- freshly roasted coffee
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