New beans on the way to our roastery!

posted February 01 2013

This amazing coffee has been in the works for a couple of seasons. Our farmer friends in Coyona Peru have grown and cared for this special lot of unwashed Canchaque coffee.  Traditionally all the coffee exported from Peru was unwashed/natural until the market demanded change and washed coffees got the farmer a better price. 25 years later and the exact opposite is true. Roasters around the world now recognize the amazing aromas, flavour and richness found in unwashed coffees and are eager to add them to their offerings.

Our cupping lab in Montreal uses sweet, ripe berries & cocoa to describe the flavours. Something to look forward to!

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Bean North's newest coffee! The coffee of the month April comes from the FAPECAFES in Ecuador. This delicious coffee from South America is grown in the province of Zamora-Chinchipe, Loja, in southern Ecuador. FAPECAFES is committed to growing high-quality coffee, while applying environmentally and socially responsible processes, with the goal to improve the quality of life of its members. A delicious sweet coffee with a mild acidity, a smooth body and flavours of sugar beet and spice. Perfect for any time of day!

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