Cipizu - Peru - 2020
Think of your smelly mother's cookies in the oven. This is one of the two reasons we chose this coffee, and the other is because it is a perm culture production. We recommend that you carefully review the details below.
Mother cookies with butter on the nose and palate. On the palate, red apple, red grape, dried cranberry, dried stone fruits (apricot, nectarine, etc.). Panela sweetness, medium to medium body. If I had to describe this coffee with a feeling, it would be mother's affection :)
These sustainable, high-quality permaculture coffees from the Oxapampa-Ashaninka-Yanesha Biosphere Reserve are the product of climate sensitive agriculture and specialist processing.
Miguel Berasteen, Jesus Colina and Hector Bottger live and farm with their families at 1,990 meters above sea level on Cipizu hill. draws support from the 7 Elements, which focus on supporting their resources. The word Cipizu, named after the nearby stream, comes from the Arawak word "cipi" meaning fish and "zu" meaning river. The land where the three families farmed has its own unique microclimate with its own ecological characteristics and native plant species. also has.
Microclimates in the Oxapampa-Ashaninka-Yanesha Biosphere Reserve are highly variable. A change in altitude as little as 100 meters can result in completely different climates and ecologies. Because of this variability, 7 Elements classifies farms by location and local ecological characteristics to help express the unique conditions that contribute to each coffee. Permaculture for the 7 Elements; It is an ideology for farmers, communities and businesses focused on creating sustainable resilient systems. Means an agricultural system in the field with many cultivated species supported by permaculture, organic fertilization and pest control systems. The idea is here. is to replicate natural cycles that are flexible and productive without any external chemical input. Provides self-sufficiency and resilience for communities with diversified income streams. Permaculture-inspired businesses focus on reinvesting in the system for the benefit of all. The 7 Elements promotes the “food forest model.” Farmers also grow coffee, vanilla, sweet potato, peanuts, and many other plants that serve as secondary economic or family food sources. Each The crop can serve multiple purposes at the same time. For example, fruit trees produce shade, food and timber. Neem tree provides shade and is also a fungus that successfully controls the rust disease of coffee leaves It produces a natural oil that is preventative. Farmers working with 7 Elements receive training in permaculture, growing, and coffee processing techniques. 7 Elements provides seedlings, moisture meters, agricultural support, financing for farm maintenance, and more.Coffee grade: Gr. 1 Washed
Variety: Catimor, Catuai, Colombia, Costa Rica, Pache
Processing technique: Washed
Harvest year: 2020
Manufacturer : Miguel Berasteen, Jesus Colina and Hector Bottger
Altitude: 1,990 meters
Sub-District / Town: Oxapampa-Ashaninka-Yanesha Biosphere Reserve
Area: 6 hectares
Supplier: Sucafina Specialty
Supervisor: 7 Elements
Net 250gr, Net 4x250gr.
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