Pichanaqui

Junín is a department of Peru located in the central highlands and the westernmost portion of the Peruvian Amazon. The region has a very heterogeneous topography, hosting plateaus, valleys, jungles and even snowy peaks.

This coffee is sourced from various farmers in the Bajo Pichanaqui region of Junín. Their cherries were processed at the Cooperativa Agroindustrial Mishagro facility. The members of the coop started working together in 2012, but officially registered the coop in 2018. Their establishing principles were responsible and respectful agriculture, a compromising spirit with one another and loyalty to the idea of ensuring the well-being of all members.

The resulting cup reminds us of walnut, dark chocolate, and vanilla.

Roasted by

Union Microlot
From Montreal

Coffee details

Country
Peru
Region
Junín
Variety
various
Altitude
1500 m
Farm
various
Producer
Cooperativa Agroindustrial Mishagro
Process
washed

Tastes like

 🌰
walnut
🍫
dark chocolate
🍦
vanilla

Recipes

V60 by Saint-Henri
Pour over
AeroPress by Tim Wendelboe
AeroPress
Espresso - Sweetness & Crema
Espresso
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