The origins

PERÙ – Alto Palomar, Dept. Junin
Chanchamayo province
San Luís de Shuaro District


With licorice scents

In the agricultural cooperative called Cafetalera Ecologica Alto Palomar along the Rio Paucartumbo there is a production area that gives birth to some very good coffees. These cooperatives of small producers such as the Alto Palomar one have around 100 workers.

This coffee is full of personality: sweet with a fine acidity, round body, licorice, honey and tobacco scents.

General information

  • Country of origin


  • Production area

    Dept. Junin, Chanchamayo province, San Luís de Shuaro District

Product type

  • Species


  • Variety of the plant

    Caturra, Typica

  • Quality

    HG (High Grown) 18

  • Altitude

    1200 – 1800 mt

  • Harvest time

    April - July

  • Harvest method


  • Manufacturing process

    Fully washed

  • Drying method

    In ovens

End in the cup

  • Aroma

    Sweet with licorice, honey and tobacco scents

  • Body


  • Acidity

    Slight acidity

  • Persistence

    Aftertaste full of personality

The Goppion coffees from this plantation