The producers live in the Chanchamayo, Satipo and Oxapampa provinces, in “the green cloak of our central jungle,” they say. Their production areas are in the hydrographic basins (or, watersheds) that flow in the protected forests of San Matías San Carlos and Pui Pui and create microclimates that benefit coffee production. The group has 164 members (64 of whom are women) and in total farms 551 hectares.


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  • Chocolate, nuts, spices, herbal, earthy; juicy body, delicate acidity