WE THINK ECOLOGICALLY - our boxes are made of recycled cardboard. We try to make it easier for our customers to recycle packaging by using recycling labels. We send orders in compostable envelopes made with a negative carbon footprint, with the possibility of multiple uses. Delivery is organized through ecological means of transport, if the place of delivery allows it. We ship on the day of the order!
Peruvian Coffee Beans: Discover the flavors of the Andes
From the mountain slopes of Peru comes our treasure - Peruvian coffee beans, which are the result of careful cultivation at high altitudes and in the warm climate of the Andean regions. Our passionate commitment to quality brings a unique flavor and character to your cups of coffee that can only be found in Peruvian plantations.
Characteristics: Peruvian coffee beans are characterized by a rich and deep flavor profile. With subtle notes of citrus fruits, a sweet touch of honey and strong notes of dark cocoa, they offer an experience that appeals to all your senses. Each cup is a trip to the heart of the Andes.
Origin: The Andes Mountains and their unique microclimates create ideal conditions for growing the finest coffee fruits. Originating in Peruvian plantations, you can be sure of an authentic experience.
Processing: The grain is lovingly processed and roasted with regard to preserving its original flavors. Our passionate roasting experts ensure that each cup brings the perfect harmony between sweetness, acidity and a deep aroma that engulfs you.
Packaging: We carefully wrap each grain in a package that protects its freshness. Our idea is simple - let your Peruvian coffee overcome the path from the Andes mountains directly to your mug with as much freshness and taste as possible.
Roasting | Espresso (dark) Grinding | Grain (without grinding), Aeropress, Espresso, Filter (chemex/V60), French press, Moka (koťogo), Pouring Type | 100% Arabica variety Recommended preparation | Espresso, Filter Flavor profile | Spices, Honey, Nuts Country | Peru Region | San Martin Farm | Oro Verde Variety | Caturra, Typica Altitude | 1000 – 1200 masl Collection | Manual, March - October Processing | Fermentation, Wet Drying | Sunlight