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Peru- Beder Rupay -1kg (FILTER ROAST)

Roseberry Street Roasters
$49.50 $55.00

Notes of strawberries, cola and panela.
Super sweet, light texture, fruity acidity and sweet lingering finish.

Processing Method: Fully washed with a fermentation of 24 to 36 hours

Drying Method: Dried on patios from 10 to 15 days

Harvest: June - October

Shade: Pajurillo and Guabillatrees

- This coffee is roasted lighter for FILTER, AEROPRESS, COLD DRIPS, COLD BREWS AND PLUNGER.

 About Beder Rupay:

In the northern region of Cajamarca in Peru, up in the mountains of the luscious and green municipality of Jaen at 1,920 meters above sea level, we meet Beder Rupay at his farm El Conjuro. This name was chosen because the farm is overlooked by a mountain with the same name. Beder bought his farm 10 years ago when he decided to start his own coffee production, incentivized by his father as a proposition to diversify his income. For Beder, it is a true family venture where he works alongside his father, mother, sister, and uncle. They all carry on a specific task in the management of the farm to be able to achieve the quality of the coffee they are currently producing. It was three years ago when he decided to switch to specialty coffee. This had its requirements, which made him change certain things and have more attention to detail, which has resulted in a better quality of the coffee hence better income and quality of life. He has been able to have better nutrition for the plants and is constantly learning new things from other coffee producers and from the PECA team.

The biggest challenge he has is year by year to keep improving the quality of the coffee which means improving the farm management taking into account the implementation of environmentally friendly practices. The current goals are to improve the wet mill and build a better drying station. Beder is excited for what is to come and the challenges ahead to keep getting better.