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Limited Harvest Peru Tres Estrellas Microlot


Cupping Notes: Citrus, Cocoa, Honey and Dark chocolate


Peru Tres Estrellas AA Maragogype (Microlot)

Cupping Notes: Citrus, Cocoa, Honey and Dark chocolate.

Region: La Coipa, La Capilla, Colasay

Producers: Consuelo Peralta

                       Francisco Perez

                       Heleodoro Nuñez

Process: Washed, farm processed

Varietals: Catimor, Caturra, Pache, Bourbon Typica, San Antonio

Altitude: 1710 M.A.S.L.

The three farms that makeup Tres Estrellas are high in the mountains about 2 hours hard driving from the town of Jaen. The farms all operate as part of the Volcafe Way programme that provides farmers with practical and progressive agricultural support. The remoteness of the area means that cherry is processed on the farms into dried parchment then delivered to the mill for final processing and bagging. Normally these coffees would go into a generic blend, isolating them has shown the amazing quality and flavours that Peru can produce.

Coffee in Peru


Cajamarca, Chirinos and Cuzco


April – October

For more than a decade,  Peru coffee associations have been working hand in-hand with local communities to enhance the supply of Peruvian coffee through farming practices, processing and logistics. Improving yields in an environmentally responsible way is key to ensuring long-term economic success for Peru’s coffee farmers and for a sustainable coffee supply expansion.
Pruning, promoting contour plantations for soil conservation and fertilisation are all important practices to share.

Improving quality is also key, through sharing knowledge of selective harvesting and wet-milling and also through investment into new dry-milling facilities. The difficult logistics in Peru are legendary and these have to be tackled efficiently to ensure the journey from farm to mill to port does not compromise the quality of the coffee in any of its forms.

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