PachaMama was already the term for mother earth with the Incas.
We gave our highland coffee this name because it expresses the appreciation we have for the soil on which it grows and the people who grow and care for it.
PachaMama 100% organic Arabica gourmet coffee is cultivated by around 50 cafetaleros from the village of Miguel Grau. It belongs to the Chanchamayo region, one of the best coffee-growing areas in Peru.
The cultivation of the soil at an altitude of approx. 1500 m is laborious, but the coffee is all the more substantial. The coffee cherries ripen more slowly, stay longer on the bush and thus develop more aromas and natural sweetness. In addition, the soil is extremely rich in nutrients.
Only the ripe, red coffee berries are picked by hand and processed.
Originally the cooperative was called "Miguel Grau" after the village. A lot has happened since 2015 when we contacted the Cafetaleros. We sensitized them to nature, showed them that only the best quality sells well.
We trained them and awakened their ambition, committed them to delivery reliability and gave them the money they really deserve for their work. Now they have come to the point that they want to build their own roasting plant so that they can market their coffee in Peru themselves. The business with coffee cherry tea should also be boosted.
They want to make the best coffee in Peru.
Then our customers are satisfied and the coffee farmers are doing well.
Produced according to the regulations of the EC organic regulation in controlled organic cultivation.
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fruity, almond, chocolate
1320 - 1720 m
AsociaciÃ³n Miguel Grau
Filter coffee machine, French press, hand filter
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