Description

Majambo is a cousin of cacao with bigger seeds that can be eaten like a snack. Nicknamed the ‘Brain Bean,’ they contain mood-boosting seratonin compounds and are low in alkaloids.
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Origin

Peru: Region of San Martin. Elevation: 150 meters.
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About The Farm

In the northeastern Amazon jungle of Peru, women harvest majambo from wild trees dispersed in the woods rather than farms.
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About The Process

After the solid shell and mucilage are removed, the beans are oven roasted and ready to eat.
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About The Environment

We partner with Cafetalera Amazonica to purchase from women who have been trained to manage the added-value products that are produced alongside cacao beans.
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Bean Profile

  • Genetics: Theobroma Bicolor
  • Size: Large, Round, Flat Beans 100 g for 50 beans
  • Fermentation: No Fermentation
  • Drying: Oven Dried and Roasted
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Flavor Profile

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

  • Sorting: Hand
  • Bag Size: 40 kg Grainpro Bags
  • Certifications: No Certifications (No Chemicals / fertilizers)
  • FOB Price: $11,000 USD / MT
  • Farmgate Price: $10,000 USD / MT
  • Harvest Season: January – April
  • Harvest Volume: 1 MT (Annually)
  • Availability: Europe

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