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Cataratas San Andres, Amazonas, Peru

Notas: Red Fruit, Cacao, Sugar Cane











Harvest period

April - July

Harvest Type








250 gr

1 Kg Special Price

12% Tax Included

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This coffee is a certified organic blend, for which we have worked with the producers and the Coopagro cooperative to improve the drying conditions. It is produced in the very humid Palma Central terroir, near the San Andres waterfalls at an altitude of 2,100 metres. If the weather conditions are not favourable for drying, producers have to transport the coffee from their village to the town of Jaén, on the drier Huabal terroir. This represents additional costs and a risk to the quality of the coffee.

The Coop

COOPAGRO PERU, is a cooperative founded on November 26, 2016, with 264 producers dedicated to the cultivation of coffee. The main objective is to contribute to the development and welfare of all members and their families in the Cajamarca region. COOPAGRO, has its scope of action in the provinces of San Ignacio, Jaén and Cutervo in the Cajamarca region.

COOPAGRO has its base in the city of Jaen. This city is located in a low-lying basin surrounded by a large number of terroirs located at higher altitudes. The cooperative is therefore centrally located and surrounded by mountainous production areas. 

Palma Central

The terroir of Palma Central is located in the province of Jaén in the Cajamarca region, in the extreme north of Peru near the Ecuadorian border. This terroir is close to Huabal terroir located on the top of the city of Jaen. Coffee producers often have plots of less than 2 hectares. The low volumes of coffee produced make it impossible to export coffee as an independent producer. As a result, the producers have united to form a cooperative to export. This coffee includes the production of 6 coffee growers in the area, located at high altitude. Prepared by the producers themselves, the coffee is sold to the cooperative in parchments, then they made the parchment processing and sorting.

The Amazonas region is one of the 24 regions that make up Peru. Located in the north and bordering Ecuador, this region is home to a very rich ecosystem, low and high jungles “the Yungas”, Andean ecosystems and a tropical dry forest. However, it is a tropical rainforest that predominates the territory to more than 70%, it extends from Ecuador to the peaks of the Cordillera del Condor. The roads are winding and few in number, which adds a little spice to the transport of our dear green beans. Fauna and flora are rich with many endemic birds and wild animals (hummingbird, puma, opossum, armadillo, monkey, catfish…). Unfortunately, this area of the Amazon is rich in trees that can be exploited for their wood, such as mahogany, cedar, etc. Encouraging production under shade and preserving the forest areas seem to us to be a priority to protect this unique area.