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Peru Cajamarca San Ignacio Coffee
Peru Cajamarca San Ignacio Coffee
Peru Cajamarca San Ignacio Coffee

Peru Cajamarca San Ignacio Coffee

zł33.99
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Coffee Speciality of Peru San Ignacio, Cajamarca. High mountain coffee full of flavors of milk chocolate, sweet green apples and toffee.

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DOSTAWA GRATIS DLA ZAMÓWIEŃ OD 99 ZŁ
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48H 13 ZŁ
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Coffee species
Arabica
Continent of origin of the coffee
South America.
Country of origin of the coffee
Peru
Coffee region of origin
Cajamarca
Region of origin of the coffee
San Ignacio
Coffee processing method
fully washed
The leading coffee variety
Pache
Coffee harvest
2020-2021
Leading flavour notes
milk chocolate
Altitude of the plantation
from 1,000 to 1,500 m.a.s.l.
Coffee category
Plantation
Caffeine level
Medium
Acidity
Low
Coffee scoring
83,25

Coffee from Peru

Peru, located in the western part of South America, is a country with a rich history dating back to the time of the Incas. Its name likely comes from the word "Birú," which was the name of a chief of a tribe living on the coast. Peru is famous for tourist attractions such as Machu Picchu, the ancient Inca city, and the Colca Canyon. The most well-known person from Peru is Mario Vargas Llosa, a Nobel Prize laureate in literature. The common denominator between tourist attractions and coffee is sustainable development, and coffee plantations are part of the efforts to protect the environment and local culture. Coffee was introduced to Peru in the 18th century by Spanish missionaries. The first coffee plant was planted by Antonio Valverde and Conde de Superunda in the Chanchamayo region.

In Peru, coffee is an important element of culture and economy, with cultivation regions such as Cajamarca, San Ignacio, and Villa Rica. It is grown at elevations ranging from 980 to 1,560 meters above sea level. Mainly cultivated are Arabica coffee varieties, such as Pache. Ecological cultivation methods, with little human intervention, are characteristic of Peruvian plantations.

Coffee from San Ignacio

Coffee comes from the San Ignacio region, in the department of Cajamarca. The Tabaconas Namballe Wildlife Reserve, known for its unique biodiversity, is located near the plantation, about 40 km away. Farmers care for the natural environment by using ecological cultivation methods, which translates into the quality of the coffee. The volcanic soil on which coffee is grown contains minerals such as magnesium and potassium, which affect the taste and quality of the beans.

The plantation is owned by Alindor Vega Fernandez, who has been involved in coffee cultivation for many years, continuing his family tradition. The plantation is part of a farmers' cooperative that supports farmers and cares for sustainable development. The cultivation fields are located at elevations ranging from 980 to 1,560 meters above sea level. The main variety cultivated on the plantation is Arabica Pache. The plantation has numerous ecological certifications.

How does coffee from Peru, San Ignacio region, Cajamarca SHB taste?

Coffee from Peru, San Ignacio region, Cajamarca SHB, is distinguished by its intense aroma, with notes of milk chocolate, sweet green apple, and toffee. Its medium citrus acidity adds to its cleanliness and consistency of taste. Roasted to a medium level, this coffee gains exceptional depth of flavor, and the freshness associated with recent harvests and fast shipping of the coffee roasted on the day of shipping only highlights its exceptional character.

Depending on the chosen beverage preparation technique, the taste of coffee may vary. Experience with a pressure espresso machine will deliver an intense, distinct espresso. Alternative methods, such as drip brewing, will allow for more subtle flavor sensations, especially with light roasting. It is worth experimenting with different techniques to discover the full flavor of this exceptional coffee.

How to order coffee in an online coffee shop?

When ordering coffee, pay attention to the quantity, roast level, and grind. It is best to order coffee for a maximum of two weeks to preserve its freshness. If you are starting your adventure with freshly roasted coffee, choose medium roast, which provides the best balance of flavor notes. When it comes to grinding, it is best to buy whole bean coffee and grind it just before preparing. In the absence of a grinder, choose the appropriate

If you're a coffee lover and want to expand your knowledge about coffee, it's worth exploring different publications and sources of information. You can find information about the origin of coffee, cultivation techniques, and ways to prepare this beverage. Some valuable books include "The World Atlas of Coffee" by James Hoffmann, "Coffee: A Comprehensive Guide to the Bean, the Beverage, and the Industry" by Robert E. Moritz and Jonathan Moritz, and "The Coffee Dictionary" by Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood. In addition, it's worth following blogs, vlogs, and podcasts dedicated to coffee, which provide current information and advice on the world of coffee.

For beginner coffee lovers

If you're just starting your coffee journey, start by choosing the right equipment. A good starting point is to buy a coffee grinder and a simple drip coffee maker or Aeropress. This will allow you to experiment with different brewing methods and find out which flavors you prefer the most. It's also worth remembering to regularly read and expand your knowledge about coffee, which will allow you to appreciate the qualities of this exceptional beverage even more.

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Data sheet

Coffee species
Arabica
Continent of origin of the coffee
South America.
Country of origin of the coffee
Peru
Coffee region of origin
Cajamarca
Region of origin of the coffee
San Ignacio
Coffee processing method
fully washed
The leading coffee variety
Pache
Coffee harvest
2020-2021
Leading flavour notes
milk chocolate
Altitude of the plantation
from 1,000 to 1,500 m.a.s.l.
Coffee
freshly roasted coffee
Coffee category
Plantation
Caffeine level
Medium
Acidity
Low
Coffee scoring
83,25

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • What is fresh-roasted coffee?

    A coffee is considered freshly roasted when a minimum of 24 hours from the roasting date has elapsed but no more than 14 days. Coffee after roasting needs 24 hours to rest-decompress, after 14 days from the date of roasting there is a loss of nearly 20% of aroma intensity as well as flavor.

  • Taste notes what is it?

    It is the natural taste of coffee, obtained only by roasting coffee without any artificial additives or preservatives. The richness of coffee is precisely in the variety of coffee flavors coming from different regions of the world.

  • Which coffee roasting to choose?

    If you prepare coffee with alternative methods (AeroPress, Drip, dripper, V60, Chemex...) be sure to try coffee in light roast.

    If you are preparing coffee in a pressurized, pour-over or coffee maker, try coffee in medium roast; it is the most versatile coffee roast.

    If you are preparing coffee in a pot, try a dark roast.

    Coffee roasted light contains more caffeine than coffee roasted medium or dark. There are usually more noticeable notes of citrus, flowers.

    If you're just getting started with fresh-roasted coffees or this particular coffee, it's best to try it in a medium roast for the first time. The medium roast is the most balanced roast between citrus acidity and pronounced chocolate, cocoa.

    Dark roast, often associated with Italian roasting, is the exposure of cocoa, dark chocolate notes in coffee; less noticeable are fruit, floral notes. Dark-roasted coffee contains the least caffeine of all 3 roasts.

  • Which coffee roast has the most caffeine?

    The amount of caffeine in coffee depends not only on the roasting method, but also on the type of coffee and how it is prepared. However, it is generally believed that light-roasted coffee contains slightly more caffeine than dark-roasted coffee.

    Light-roasted coffee retains most of the natural flavors and aromas of the coffee bean, but has more oils and phenolic compounds, which are removed during further roasting. Therefore, in light-roasted coffee, caffeine remains in greater amounts.

  • What is dark coffee roasting?

    Dark roasting is the process of roasting coffee beans, which leads to a very dark color and intense flavor. Coffee beans are roasted for a longer time and at a higher temperature than in light or medium roasting.

    During dark roasting, the sugars in the coffee beans are caramelized and the acidity of the beans is almost completely removed. As a result, dark roast coffee has an intense, bitter flavor with notes of chocolate, caramel and nuts.

    Dark roast coffee is popular in some regions, such as Italy, where dark roast espresso is often preferred. However, due to its intense taste and lack of subtle flavors, it is not the preferred roasting method for some coffee lovers.

  • What is a medium coffee roast?

    Medium roasting (American, City Roast Medium, Regular Roast, City Roast, Breakfast Roast)is a coffee bean roasting process that lies between light and dark roasting. During medium roasting, the beans are roasted for about 10-15 minutes at a moderate temperature.

    During this process, the sugars in the coffee beans begin to caramelize, which gives the coffee a sweet taste, and the acidity of the beans is gently reduced. The beans gain more complex aromas, including nutty, floral and fruity notes.

    Medium roast coffee is the most commonly preferred coffee roast by coffee lovers, as it preserves the subtle flavors of the beans while adding some sweetness and fullness of flavor. Medium-roast coffee is also popular in many cafes and restaurants because it has a balanced flavor and aroma that is enjoyed by a wide range of consumers.

  • What is a light coffee roast?

    Light roasting (Cinnamon, New England, Light Roast, Light City, Half City) is a process of roasting coffee beans that leads to a light color and delicate flavor. During light roasting, the beans are subjected to a short roasting process (about 5-7 minutes) at a relatively low temperature. During this process, the sugars in the coffee beans begin to caramelize, but not as intensely as in dark roasting. Coffee from light roasting has a pronounced acidity and delicate, fruity and floral aromas. Light roast coffees are often preferred by coffee lovers who appreciate subtle, complex flavors and aromas. Such coffees are especially popular in Scandinavian countries, where light-roasted coffee is treated like a luxury product and is drunk in smaller quantities, but with better quality. However, due to its sour taste and mildness, light-roasted coffee is not liked by all coffee lovers. Light roast coffee is popular among lovers of alternative coffee preparation.

  • How much coffee to buy in a coffee roaster's store?

    The amount of coffee you should buy from a coffee roaster depends on your personal preferences and needs.

    If you drink coffee every day and like freshly roasted coffee, it's a good idea to buy enough to stock up for 2 weeks. It is recommended that you buy enough to avoid losing freshness.

    One way to determine the right amount of coffee to buy is to calculate the average amount of coffee consumed per day or per week. Based on this information, you can determine how much coffee beans you need to buy from a roaster to stock up for the right amount of time.

    If you are using a pressurized coffee maker with a grinder to prepare your coffee, it is a good idea to buy such a package of coffee (75g.,250g.,500g.,1,000g.) so that you can pour all the coffee into the bean container.

    It is also worth considering your taste preferences and choosing the coffee that best suits your tastes. The Sochaccy.co store offers 75g coffee samples for purchase, allowing you to try different flavors and choose your favorite type.

    Ultimately, the amount of coffee you should buy from the roaster depends on your individual preferences and needs, but it's worth buying enough to avoid constantly going to the store for fresh coffee.

  • Which coffee is better to buy - bean or ground?

    The decision between bean and ground coffee depends on several factors.

    First, bean coffee usually has a longer shelf life than ground coffee because the coffee beans retain their freshness and aroma longer. Therefore, if you want to enjoy the freshest coffee, it is best to buy coffee beans and grind them just before brewing.

    Secondly, ground coffee is more convenient and faster to prepare because it does not require grinding before brewing. Therefore, if you don't have time to grind coffee before each brewing, ground coffee may be more suitable for you.

    Third, ground coffee offers more control over the brewing process and allows you to adjust the grind thickness to suit your taste preferences. With ground coffee, the grind thickness has already been determined, which can affect the taste of the coffee.

    In conclusion, the decision between bean and ground coffee depends on your individual preferences and needs. If you want freshness and control over the brewing process, it's better to choose bean coffee and grind it just before brewing. However, if you are looking for convenience and speed, ground coffee may be more suitable for you.

Coffee Peru Cajamarca San Ignacio Sochaccy.Co Coffee Roasters

Peru Cajamarca San Ignacio Coffee

zł33.99
Tax Included
Coffees are roasted on the day of shipment, shipped up to 48h