Coffee is one of the most exported products from Peru. The country has diverse microclimates and soils that allow the cultivation of different beans with characteristic aromas and flavors. The regions of greatest production are:
- San Martin
Arabica or green coffee has diverse aromas, flavors and acidity profiles. The main variety cultivated is Typica (70%), which contains chlorogenic acid. Green coffee has caffeine, but in smaller quantities than normal coffee.
About Pakamuro green coffee
Café Pakamuro is a brand related to the Bravos Pakamuros, ancient settlers that inhabited the province of Jaen, which today is a zone of production of high-quality coffee cultivated according to ancestral practices.
Here coffee is produced at an altitude of 1300 to 1600 meters above sea level. Pakamuros is a coffee with a flavor of chocolate, cane, green tea, panela, peanuts and herbs, of medium acidity with citric touches, pleasant and clean.
Pakamuro green coffee is sold in jute bags of 69 kg each. Processing time is 11 to 20 days and the cost per kilogram is US$ 1.90.
About the Company
Cooperativa Agraria Coopagro was created in 2016, and exports to:
- The Netherlands
- United States