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Single Origin - Espresso
Single Origin - Espresso
Single Origin - Espresso
Single Origin - Espresso

Single Origin - Espresso

Regular price £8.50 Sale

Origin:
Costa Rica - El Cipres

Tastes like:
Green apple and grape with a creamy body

Suitable for:
All brew methods but especially as an Espresso, Moka Pot or Aeropress

Roast:
Medium

More Info:

Here at Perky, we’re constantly cruising for the next best coffee. Sustainably sourcing a superb seasonal selection (all of the s’s) of beans to help you make your next brilliant brew. Carefully roasted to get the most from its host, you’ll expect to see some flavoursome flavours (that’s a thing) here, best suited for those of you who like an Espresso, Stove Top or Aeropress.

Even More Info from our Supplier:

El Cipres is located in the region of Tarrazú and belongs to Jesus Mora Camacho and Adelina Camacho Portugues. The farm has belonged to the Camacho Portugues family since 1939.
When the family moved into the region, they were one of the first to establish themselves in Llano Bonito de Leon Cortes, and the family dedicated their lives to the agricultural practices of coffee and livestock. The legacy of their family has continued to be carried through the generations and their goal now is to perpetuate the practices of high-end specialty coffee.
El Cipres has a diverse range of plant and crop life, with shade provided by Orange, Avocado, Banana, Plantain, Poro, Cedar and Indian Cane, as well as fruit trees that provide food and shelter to native birds of the region. El Cipres is constantly implementing better practices such as regulated shade and controlling weeds and applications of fertilizers in a sustainable manner.
The family Camacho process their coffee at Beneficio AFAORCA (The Association of Organic Families of the Caraigres Hills), an organisation based in the Tarrazú Valley. AFAORCA was founded in 1996 with the aim of improving the production, processing, marketing and legislation of organic coffee. Their overarching goal is to improve the livelihoods of the families involved.
They offer employment to producers in the off-season at their local café in Tarbaca, and provide organic education for the general public.