Description

Cacao scientists believe these could be the aromatically richest cacaos in the world. These rare cacaos have survived beneath the heights of Machu Picchu, and it’s our duty to preserve them from extinction.
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Origin

Peru: Region of Urubamba. Elevation: 1,200 meters.
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About The Farm

Today, 100 families around Quillabamba are actively farming cacao after we supported farmers in the rescue of their abandoned trees.
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About The Process

Experienced technicians adjust fermentation depending on climatic conditions to prevent bitterness and maintain complex flavor notes.
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About The Environment

We partner with Cafetalera Amazonica, Cooperativa Alto Urubamba, CAMSA and Original Beans to support farmers with genetic selection, conservation of agroforestry systems and reforestation.
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Bean Profile

  • Genetics: Chuncho
  • Size: Very Small Beans, Varied Size 100 g for 123 beans
  • Fermentation: Central Fermentation, Wooden Boxes
  • Drying: Solar Drying Beds & Protective Roof
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Flavor Profile

  • Floral: ●○○○
  • Fruit: ●●●○
  • Nut: ●●●●
  • Chocolate: ●●○○
  • Acidity: ●●○○
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Ordering Information

  • Sorting: Machine
  • Bag Size: 66 kg
  • Certifications: Organic
  • FOB Price: $5,800 USD / MT
  • Farmgate Price: $3,000 USD / MT
  • Harvest Season: January – April
  • Harvest Volume: 30 Mt (Annually)
  • Availability: Europe

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