Molasses, brazil nut & dates
In the cup: Molasses, brazil nut & dates
This producer group is formed of 202 smallholders who farm the unique and diverse land between the Eastern Andes and the Marañón river, the main source of the Amazon. Founded in 2014, this group has established a drive towards the speciality sector by offering education and organic certification for all the farmers involved. Climate change is bringing fresh challenges to the region with unpredictable rainfall, extended dry periods and an increase in pests and disease. Therefore, these programs are more valuable than ever.
A smaller group of 12 farmers have been selected for their exceptional and high scoring coffees, of which one was sent for decaffeination before arriving at our roastery here in Bristol.
The Andes Amazonicos coffee is decaffeinated using the CO2 or Sparkling Water method. Water is used to soak the coffee beans, and the CO2 acts as a solvent to trap the soluble caffeine, which is then removed. The CO2 is recycled, and caffeine sold on elsewhere. Most importantly, the wonderful coffee that is left behind is still complex and delicious, and can be enjoyed by everyone, at any time of day.
Agraria Cafetalera Productora Comercial Exportadora Café Andes Amazonicos (PROCECAM)
12 PROCECAM members
Washed / Co2 decaffeination
Lonya Grande, Amazonas, Peru
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