specialty coffe in green bean - MOUNTAINS CAMONASHARI

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$5.50 - $6.50 / Kilograms | 75 Bag/Bags (Min. Order)
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Quick Details
Type:
Coffee Bean
Variety:
Arabica
Processing Type:
Green
Grade:
Grado 1
Maturity:
Mature
Max. Moisture (%):
12
Weight (kg):
69
Place of Origin:
Peru
Cultivation Type:
coffee origins
coffee:
specialty
Typical cup profile:
83-85 points
screen size description:
15-18 defects
Coffee variety:
Caturra / Catuai / Catimor
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
75 Bag/Bags per Month shipping dates are from May
Packaging & Delivery
Port
Puerto del Callao , Lima - Peru

LAS MONTAÑAS DE CAMONASHARI ASSOCIATION

 

BACKGROUND:

Mr. Froilán Francisco Sivipaucar Vargas, representative of the Mountains of Ubiriki Coffee Plantation Owner’s Association, and his family settled in the Ubiriki valley in the Perené district in the 1990s and worked as laborers in other coffee plantations of the area. He and his family came from the Andahuaylas valley in Apurímac.

 

With time and hard work, they were able to buy 15 acres of land in Santa Rosa de Camonashari where they now cultivate Caturra, Catuai and Catimor coffee.

In the year 2011 they founded the Las Montañas de Camonashari Association.

Mr. Froilán Sivipaucar is married to Mrs. Jannet Castañeda Baltazar, who helps him in all the activities in the plantation.

 

LOCATION:

Santa Rosa de Camonashari village - Ubiriki. Perené district in the Chanchamayo province.

 

NUMBER OF ASSOCIATES: 60 farmers.

 

PRODUCTION:

The Ubiriki valley has one of the best coffee production environments of the Perené district. The plantation is located between 1200 and 1500 meters above sea level.

The estimated production of the association is 3500 quintals of exportable green coffee and … Kg of dried parched coffee with an average performance of 72% to 74%.

 

COFFEE DRYING PLANT:

In the Bajo Aldea area, 10 minutes away from Pichanaki, the Association installed 2 years ago a drying module for the use of the farmers. The machinery was financed by Prodelsur S.A.