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Dog Coffee Farm in Cusco, Peru happy to see us

Dogs coffee farm Cusco Peru

High grown coffee from Idma region located in Cusco, Peru. Dog from this coffee farm with a river running between it and is super steep as you can see in the video. I kept sliding all the time! You can see the water coming from higher in the mountain.

In Alto Canelon coffee farm in La Convencion province of Cusco. Farm is located at an elevation of about 2,300 meters above sea level. This classifies its coffee as a hight grown coffee. Learn more about Peruvian coffee and culture at this link. More dog coffee farm pictures coming soon.

If you like to try and code with coffee from this Peruvian farm you can grab it using this link.

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Peru Brief History of and Peruvian Coffee

Quillabamba Peru Mountains

Situated on the western coast of South America, Peru is home to more than 32 million people, nearly half of whom are of Amerindian descent. The country takes up almost 500,000 square miles of land, land that is recognized globally for its ability to sustain crops and for its picture-perfect quality that year after year tends to draw in tourists in droves. The climate is extremely varied, and there are areas where the temperatures can be moderate and even cold at times. In Peru, the Amazon is a place where the rain falls often and in large amounts, the sun beating down relentlessly as well, creating an environment that is at once wet and warm. There are extreme lows and extreme highs, both valleys and mountains, and because Peru sits at the crossroads of two ocean currents, diversity is the norm.

Quillabamba coffee region in Cusco Peru
Quillabamba coffee region in Cusco Peru

Bordering Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia, and Chile, Peru is a country that is easily accessible essentially no matter where you happen to be on the continent. Manu National Park is famous as a biosphere reserve, and in Huascaran National Park, the mountains rise high into the sky to create sights that are just breathtaking.

Coffee varieties in Peru

Arabica coffee is the specialty in Peru. A top-20 producer of the coffee beans, Peru has a strong reputation for excellent roasts and for ethical sourcing. Whereas other countries have faced criticism for their failure to ensure fair business practices, Peru’s CENFROCAFGE cooperative has united more than 80 farmers’ associations in order to guarantee 92% organic production and 100% Fair Trade certification. Overall, the demand for Peruvian coffee has risen drastically in recent years because of these efforts.

Coffee cherries at Latin America coffee farm
Coffee cherries at Latin America coffee farm

The Nore Chico Civilization thrived on the Peruvian coast around 5,000 years ago, and in the 15th century, the Inca created the largest empire in pre-Columbian America, basing their capital in Cusco. The Spanish did not conquer present-day Peru until 1572, after which the indigenous population fell sharply. One of the last royalist countries in South America, Peru remained largely loyal to Spain until the 1820s. Sites of the former Incan Empire in Peru are a major draw for tourists who want to experience firsthand the wonders of pre-Columbian America. The legacy of the Incas lives on in the statues and artifacts they left behind. Continuing to shape the country’s culture, much to the delight of those who take the time to see Peru completely.

There is always something else to do in Peru, always some new sight to take in, great fun in Lima, fascinating history in Cusco. To be there is to comprehend on a higher level that civilization really did develop over time: it didn’t just pop up out of nowhere. Take in a cup of Peruvian Coffee and see it for yourself!

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Peruvian Coffee Farm in Quillabamba Videos

Peruvian coffee farm plant flower

Walking on this Peruvian coffee farm at about 1800 MASL is a blessing. The specialty coffee is run an owned by families that have been living in this region for generations.

To grab coffee and code with coffee from this farm go to this link: Peruvian Specialty Coffee

If you need larger quantities please contact me.

Peruvian Specialty Coffee Idma, Cusco
Peruvian Specialty Coffee Idma, Cusco
Peruvian coffee farm cocotu
Peru coffee farm cocotu
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Coffee Farm Kid Diego Farm in Peru

Diego is a coffee farm kid living at Idma coffee region of La Convencion. He is not a coffee farm worker. Diego likes photography and was very curious about my camera. This coffee farm is full of Typica coffee plants. Surrounded by a river this farm has very steep slopes which makes it very slippery to walk around.

coffee farm kid Diego from Idma farm
Diego and cocotu at coffee farm
Diego from Idma Cusco, Peru

If you like to try coffee from this farm in Peru go to this link Peruvian Coffee to place an order.

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Coffee Beans Getting Ready for Roasting Video

Coffee bean hand picking

 

We are getting these coffee beans ready to roast  at Kaffee 3 Granos! Spent a few hours manually sorting coffee beans and unloading selected ones in the threshing machine for milling. These beans come from small farms around Quillabamba. Tomorrow we are roasting a ‘blend’ of all these coffee beans. 100% Arabica beans. Mainly Typica, Caturra and Catimor.

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From Cusco to Machu Picchu Experience Pictures in Peru

Machu Picchu cocotu latin america coffee

These are the pictures from Cusco to Machu Picchu in Peru.

While brewing coffee at home I put these pictures experiences together.

Cusco to Machu Picchu
Cusco cocotu latin america coffee
cocotu latin america coffee cusco to machu picchu
cocotu latin america coffee cusco to machu picchucocotucafe_peru
Cusco cocotu latin america coffee
Cusco cocotu latin america coffee
machu picchu cocotu latin america coffee
machu picchu cocotu latin america coffee
machu picchu cocotu latin america coffee
machu picchu cocotu latin america coffee
machu picchu cocotu latin america coffee
machu picchu cocotu latin america coffee