Check out new pictures from this amazing coffee farm located in Danli, Honduras. Coffee profile from this farm is very interesting. Chocolate, citrus with a caramel finish. You can grab this coffee at this link.
We are ready to roast coffee at Kaffee 3 Granos! Spent a few hours manually sorting coffee beans and unloading selected ones in the threshing machine for milling. These beans come from small farms around Quillabamba. Tomorrow we are roasting a ‘blend’ of all these coffee beans. 100% Arabica beans. Mainly Typica, Caturra and Catimor.
These are the roads you need to take in order to reach the coffee farm in Quillabamba, Peru. I will be there next week to learn more about exclusive coffee farming and a better way to bring you the best coffee directly from the farm. Follow me to learn more about this amazing experience!
In the height altitude of Bolivia the shade of the siquilis; characteristic trees of the place that shelter coffee plantations. Its height and size of leaves provide great shade to the coffee trees. Also, the irrigation these coffee grains obtain is from the ice melting of the Illimani and the Mururata mountains. These mountains create several water streams that arrive at the coffee plantation zone. Therefore, this product becomes to be completely pure, natural and organic.
Another portion of our product comes from the NOR YUNGAS, in Taipiplaya. This area specializes in amazing coffee crops. This zone is located above the thousand meters of elevation, and has coffee crops planted in great extensions. The type of grain is Arabica 100%. Here in this region is where around 300 families live every day of the cultivation of coffee and its derivatives.