Coffee 10oz - Yacuri, Ecuador
Coffee 10oz - Yacuri, Ecuador
Coffee 10oz - Yacuri, Ecuador

Coffee 10oz - Yacuri, Ecuador

Regular price $ 20.00
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Shipping: (1 bag $3) (2-6 bags $4) (7 or more $5)

Loja and Zamora Chinchipe, the two southernmost provinces of Ecuador bordering Peru, have very distinct climatic conditions.  Located on the eastern side of the Andes, Zamora Chinchipe is affected by the climate of the Amazon jungle with higher humidity and greener mountains.  Situated on the western side of the Andes, Loja experiences drier conditions with winds coming from the arid deserts of northern Peru.  Nestled amongst these two regions within the Andes is the Yacuri nature reserve, where the offering we bring to you is grown by second and third generation coffee farmers in the area.

The coffee farmers contributing to Yacuri use agroforestry systems with a strong emphasis on sustainability, minimizing their impact on the environment. These practices have been passed down from their parents and grandparents, representing a legacy of working in harmony with the environment and protecting it.

While always working to preserve the environment, more recently much emphasis has been placed on quality at both the physical and sensory level.  This is certainly why we were drawn to Yacuri.  It has a pristine and sweet profile with notes of stone fruit, creamy macadamia, and hints of chocolate in the finish making it such a delectable coffee.  So please sip and enjoy!

Country, Region: Ecuador, Zamora Chinchipe & Loja

Producers: Various smallholders with average farm size of 2.7 hectares

Processing: Washed - 32 hour fermentation without water in open-air plastic containers.  Afterwards, the coffee is washed three times and transferred to the solar dryer for 12 to 20 days

Variety: Typica Mejorado, Caturra, Typica

Elevation: 1100-1800 masl

Tasting Notes: Peach cobbler, macadamia, fudge swirl

Additional growing information: Shade grown plants include guabos, citrus, porotillos, and laurel