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  • Incahuasi

    Cusco, Peru
    $18.25

    Scattered throughout the Incahuasi Valley in Peru’s southern region of Cusco are more than 10 small, coffee-producing communities whose farmers grow mostly Bourbon, Caturra, and Paché varieties. At altitudes ranging from 1,600–2,400 meters above sea level, these communities are thinly connected by limited road access through the harsh Andean landscape. Nevertheless, the communities remain irrevocably linked by their Inca heritage and focus on quality coffee production. The resulting coffee is reminiscent of golden raisin, vanilla, and almond.

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    La Golondrina

    Timbio, Colombia
    $19.25

    The Orgánica cooperative in the region of Cauca, Colombia, has been producing coffee for our La Golondrina offering since 2007. Over the years, they have shown that they are one of the strongest organizations we work with—they consistently produce one of the best organic coffees in Colombia. The resulting coffee has layered flavors of milk chocolate, cherry, and nut.

  • Urcunina

    La Florida, Nariño, Colombia
    $18.25 | 12 oz bag

    Since 2012, we have been working with coffee farmers in communities around Nariño to build a new supply chain that pays higher prices for higher-quality coffees. This model was new to farmers, as was the approach of working together in associations, and both have encouraged better quality and more transparency. The Urcunina group in the community of La Florida has grown the most in membership, volume, and—most inspiringly—quality. This year’s lot comprises coffee from 134 members and features notes of chocolate, caramel, and dried fruit.