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Momos Peru El Chin Chin Whole Bean

Momos Peru El Chin Chin Whole Bean

$30.00Price

7oz / 200g Whole Bean

Notes: Cranberries, Raisin, Bergamot, Floral

Region: San Ignacio, Cajamarca

Producer: Maria Nieves

Varietal: Geisha

Process: Natural

Elevation: 1800 m


From Momos:


"HAVANA SELECTION


Havana selects products recognized as the best coffee from each producing region. We will introduce you to the best coffee with excellent taste, aroma, rarity, experimentation and uniqueness so that you can feel joy and joy through a cup of coffee.


Momos Coffee's Havana selection is inspired by the feel of the exotic city. Havana, the capital of Cuba, is a place filled with streets filled with dance and music, landscapes covered in vivid colors, and people full of optimism and passion. One word that expresses the farmers in the production area, teh colorful stories told by the coffee they grow, the joy and joy felt by customers when they take their first sip of coffee, and our hope to continue providing new coffee to you. Expressed Havana.


A country that produces a large amount of coffee, ranking 8th in the world. However, it is also a production area that produces only 3% of specialty coffee. This is Peru New Crop, introduced for the first time this year in 2024. Peru is one of the world's largest organic coffee producers. This is because 85% of producers operate small farms of less than 5 hectares. This coffee is also from one of Peru’s small farms. El Chinchin Farm, named after the fruit trees planted in the middle of the farm, is located in La Coipa, northern Peru. Like most coffee producing areas in Peru, it is located at a high altitude in the Andes Mountains, and has optimal conditions for coffee growth with Pacific sea breezes and appropriate humidity and sunlight.


After selecting ripe cherries, they undergo a 48-hour fermentation process in a fermentation tank. Afterwards, there is a rest period of approximately 2 hours, and the drying process is completed for approximately 20 to 25 hours until the moisture content of the cherries reaches 10 to 11%. Through this process, it begins with a fruity flavor reminiscent of cranberries and raisins, with a subtle lingering note of bergamot that is impressive."

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