Rutas Del Incas

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<b>Variety: </b> Typica, Caturra, Paches, and Bourbon
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<b> Processing: </b> Washed
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<b> Crop Year: </b> 2017
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<b> Origin: </b> Querocoto, Chota, Cajamarca, Peru
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<b> Producers:</b> Rutas del Inca
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<b> Altitude: </b> 1800m - 2400m
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Rutas del Inca was founded on October 26, 2013, with just 33 members. The cooperative
exported its first crop in 2014, cementing itself as a quality-focused, organic-certified producer.
Currently the cooperative has 258 members—30 women and 228 men—throughout 27
communities in the Querocoto, Huambos and Querocotillo Districts. These producers live
between 1,800 and 2,400 meters above sea level, in temperatures ranging between 60 and 75
degrees Fahrenheit. The rainy season takes place between January and March, during which
terrain in the area can be rugged. However, routes exist that reach the majority of the
communities in the three districts.
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Rutas del Inca is focused on improving quality. Toward that end, the cooperative is working on
improving coffee plantations, increasing production, quality control, application of good
agricultural practices, and environmental conservation. Additionally, cooperative members
manage Typica, Caturra, Paches, and Bourbon varieties, with the goal of generating sustainable
development for associated smallholder farmers and their communities.
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Raspberry, Mandarin florality, Watermelon, Vanilla and Pear, Silky

Variety: Typica, Caturra, Paches, and Bourbon

Processing: Washed

Crop Year: 2017

Origin: Querocoto, Chota, Cajamarca, Peru

Producers: Rutas del Inca

Altitude: 1800m - 2400m

Rutas del Inca was founded on October 26, 2013, with just 33 members. The cooperative exported its first crop in 2014, cementing itself as a quality-focused, organic-certified producer. Currently the cooperative has 258 members—30 women and 228 men—throughout 27 communities in the Querocoto, Huambos and Querocotillo Districts. These producers live between 1,800 and 2,400 meters above sea level, in temperatures ranging between 60 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. The rainy season takes place between January and March, during which terrain in the area can be rugged. However, routes exist that reach the majority of the communities in the three districts.

Rutas del Inca is focused on improving quality. Toward that end, the cooperative is working on improving coffee plantations, increasing production, quality control, application of good agricultural practices, and environmental conservation. Additionally, cooperative members manage Typica, Caturra, Paches, and Bourbon varieties, with the goal of generating sustainable development for associated smallholder farmers and their communities.

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Andrew Ernst

Seattle

Member Since
May '15

High altitude.. great flavour

I'm not going to say that I was completely taken by surprise by how tasty this particular coffee is. It's pretty common that I tend to like coffees that are grown at very high altitudes especially above 1800 m. The combination of sweetness and acidity in this particular coffee is a delightful mix that's great for sipping on a chilly winter day. Peru... Nicely done! ☕

03/03/18

David R

Sausalito

Member Since
October '15

Highly enjoyable

Not as sweet as I was expecting. Good earthiness.

03/04/18

Taren

Flourtown

Member Since
January '18

Smooth taste, Great aroma

Sweet, but not too sweet. Very smooth. I love the hint of raspberries. That is unique to me.

03/08/18

Chris Caruso

Highland Heights

Member Since
December '15

Good, light

Fruity, more acidic than most, a complex cup.

03/31/18