As an origin, Peru has all the conditions necessary to produce world-class coffee: concentrated volumes of coffee growing at and above 1700 masl, a prominence of Typica, Bourbon, and Caturra, and a movement among the producing population, away from subsidence-farming, and into seeing quality coffee production as a viable business. As Peru is relatively new to the specialty coffee world, a few challenges directly related to this matter still exist. Peru’s coffee culture isn’t as strong as other major producing companies; it has no FNC like Colombia does.
Although these challenges call for very clear and direct solutions, this hasn't stopped Peru from producing some very impressive coffee
Producer lots are cupped and classified according to their quality. The 85+ coffees are placed into these Regional Select lots.
Tasting Notes -
Toffee With Candy Like Almonds