Peru Inambari FTO Medium Roast

A beautifully crafted Peruvian coffee grown and supplied through a direct relationship with the farmer.


From: £11.50 per 250g


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Product Description

Coffee: Peruvian Coffee

Region: Caijamarca

Farm: Inambari

Process: Washed


This coffee is grown by Isaias Rivera Cruz and his family that we source directly via the 121 project.

The farm lies in the Caijamarca region in the district of Coipa. Most of the coffee cherries were picked in August when they were at their optimum level of maturation and sweetness.

The cherries are processed at the farm using a traditional method of fermentation tanks and eco pulpers. Typically the cherries are picked in the morning and processed (depulped and washed) the same day, usually in the late afternoon. This is to avoid any deterioration of the quality of the coffee beans. The wet parchment is dried on raised beds until the right moisture is achieved to be transported to the Sol&Cafe collection point in the city of Jaen. This is where Sol & Cafe runs a system of rewarding farmers that deliver the highest quality, as is the case with this particular lot. Sol&Cafe will take care of the final stages of milling, grading and packing in Piura, before it is fully approved for export.

This Peruvian coffee is shade grown. With the use of native and fruit trees such as: Huabas, Alicaro, Eritrina, Figs, Leucaenas, Citrus fruit trees, Mangos, Zapotes, Pico Pico, amongst others. Coffee plants range from 4 to 14 years old.

The waste generated by the processing of the cherries is treated in oxidation tanks to avoid any contamination of water tables downstream.

As a medium roast the flavour is well balanced with apricot fruit flavour and a gentle malic acidity.

Fairtrade certified and Organic Food Federation certified.

We recommend brewing this coffee as a filter or pourover. Use 19g of finely ground coffee per 250ml of water.


H.R. Higgins sources all of its coffee through long-established relationships with individual coffee farms, cooperatives and trusted coffee partners. In most cases, we have direct relationships with farmers which span decades.

Sustainability is a hugely important factor to us as a business and now, more generally in the wider coffee industry. The most important part of the entire coffee process is that the coffee farmers, their families and their communities all benefit from our relationships. Specifically, we work with farms that care for the local environment, and support both their workers and their families. This is the first and most crucial step in the process of producing exceptional coffee.

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