Hard Bean Peru
Hard Bean Peru
100% pure arabica from South America
Excellent body / Soft / Pleasant / Chocolatey
The cup is tangy with excellent body , good length in the mouth and a light chocolate flavor . Mild coffee , which can easily substitute for Central Americans.
Altitude: Plantation located between 1200 and 1500 m
Species and varieties: Arabica, Typica, Pache, Caturra, Catimor, Catual, Grand Colomia and CR 900
Harvest period: April to September
Aroma and flavor: a mild aroma and a pleasant flavor
The first coffee plants were introduced to Peru in around 1760. With fertile ground for its development , coffee has become Peru's leading export product .
History of Hard Bean Coffee:
Initially in the region of Cusco and Huanuco, coffee cultivation then spread to all the coffee-growing areas favorable to its development.
The botanical species present are numerous, such as: the Typica, the Pache, the Caturra and the Catimor . Due to the spread of rust, species such as Gran Colombia, Costa Rica 900 and Catuai , which are more resistant, have appeared in the country. Coffee is omnipresent and the altitude of cultivation extends from 800 to 2000 m , on 95% shaded sites . High-end coffees like the Hard Bean from Peru, grown at an altitude between 1200 and 1500 m .
Preparation: Wet process
Drying: Natural (sun)
Sorting: Manual and electronic
Caffeine content: 1.20%
Bean Color: Bluish
Bean Aspect: Beautiful
Export period: July
Milling Process: Washed Arabica
Brand: Hard Bean
Bag weight: 69 kg
Tare: 1 kg