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Peru is known for its organic coffee, grown according to the environmental requirements, without the use of chemical fertilizers. Coffee trees grow in the shade at an altitude of 1000-1800 meters above sea level. At this height, the bean concentrates more sugars and acids, which makes the taste complex.
The country specializes in Arabica (70% typica, 20% caturra and 10% bourbon, pache, catimor).
Peruvian green coffee beans have a mild sour taste, light body and a strong aroma. The beans are well suited for a dark roast. The washed type of processing prevails.
2020 / 3.8 million bags (60 kg each)
World market share in kg (Arabica and Robusta):
Coffee beans export revenue:
$ 640 million
September - March
Assortment of the green coffee beans from Peru
Cajamarca is in the north at an altitude of 900 to 1950 meters above sea level. Typica, caturra and bourbon are grown here. The region is known for its sweet coffee with bright acidity and notes of red and yellow fruits. It is also home to the Cutervo region (altitude 1600-2100 m), which has recently switched from growing sugar cane to coffee to meet changing demand. Here you can find such varieties of the peruvian green coffee as catimor, pache, bourbon, typica and a small amount of pacamara. Profiles associated with this coffee include vanilla, stone fruit and molasses. They have medium acidity and a balanced body.
Amazonas has seven different provinces that produce green coffee beans in Peru, the altitude is 900-2100 m.
The profiles of the region have notes of dried fruits, caramels and candies, as well as a balanced body and acidity.
To the south of Pasco is Hunin, where caturra, catimor and typica are grown. This is coffee with profiles of dark and yellow fruits, intense acidity, creamy texture and a good balance. Fruit coffee with lots of chocolate and caramel notes.
Puno in the south-east of the country (altitude 900-1800 m). Caturra, typica and bourbon are the most common varieties grown here and are known for their quality.
In the south-east of the country is the region of Cusco – at an altitude of 900-2000 m above sea level. Farmers here usually grow caturra, bourbon and typica. Yields are low, but the climate and soil of this area allow you to produce high quality peruvian coffee with notes of red fruits and berries, plums, raisins and grapes.