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.
After the berries are harvested, they go through a complex process of washing, drying, and roasting to become the coffee beans that we know and love. Coffee beans are typically roasted at high temperatures to bring out their unique flavors and aromas. The roasting process can make a significant difference in the taste and quality of the final product, and coffee roasters often spend years perfecting their craft.
Despite the challenges and hard work involved in Peruvian coffee farming, it is a rewarding and fulfilling profession. Coffee farmers play a vital role in the global coffee industry, and their hard work helps to sustain a multibillion-dollar industry that touches millions of people’s lives every day. For coffee lovers, learning about the journey from bean to cup can deepen our appreciation for this beloved beverage and the people who make it possible.
I will be posting more videos and photos directly from this Peruvian coffee farm.