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Elvis Tineo Rafael * Peru

Elvis Tineo Rafael * Peru
  • Elvis Tineo Rafael * Peru
  • Elvis Tineo Rafael * Peru
2 690 Ft

Áfonya x Mogyoró x Csokoládé ízjegyek


Magasság: 1700 m

Fajta: Catuaí

Feldolgozás: Natural

Régió: El Diamante area of Jaen

Termelő: Elvis Tineo Rafael


100% arabica szemes kávé


Elvis Reinerio Tineo Rafael is a second-generation coffee producer who owns land in the El Diamante area of Jaen.
Elvis himself owns 3 hectares of land, which is planted with bourbon, caturra, and catuai and sits at an altitude of
1600 to 1900masl. Elvis and his family work the land together, coordinating their picking, processing, and drying, and
sharing their facilities. Over the last few years, Elvis has been investing in improving the quality of his coffee,
improving the quality of picking, and experimenting with pre-fermentation and different fermentation methods. Elvis
has participated in the Cup of Excellence competition two years in a row, in 2018 he finished 7th place, and in 2019
in the top 30. This coffee is a single catuai variety, which was picked, washed, and floated before being dried under
shade for 30 days. El DiamanteEl Diamante is one of the closest coffee-producing areas to the city of Jaen and
therefore has a huge cooperative presence, at least in the lower elevations. We work with a couple of coffee-producing families in El Diamante, who have farms from 1600 to 2000masl. The main varieties grown in the medium
altitudes are catuai and castillo, and at higher altitudes, it is all bourbon, caturra, and typica. El Diamante is one of the
few areas in Jaen to have protected forests, which are home to a variety of flora and fauna native to the region. Not
only that but there are also many water sources that supply much of the water to the city. This thriving natural
environment creates a beautiful setting to grow coffee but also contributes to the richness and stability of the soils
in the area. The cup profile of the coffees in this area is very distinct, with a heavily fruited cup and a pronounced
acidity. Peru Overview: We have been working in Northern Peru for several years, buying specialty coffee from
cooperatives and associations with whom we have built lasting relationships. Whilst a lot of the arrival quality we
have seen in previous seasons has been good, we have struggled to impact upon that quality or make
improvements in the supply chain as we would like. More importantly, the premiums we had been paying for quality
rarely make it directly back to producers, something we have had very little control over in previous years. In Peru,
like some other origins, coffee farmers are sensitive to market changes and often lack basic training and the
incentive to produce higher qualities of coffee, as premiums often don’t materialize. For these reasons we decided
we needed to change the way we buy coffee in Peru and work directly with producers, allowing us to control and
improve upon the existing quality and have full financial traceability. Ensuring these two factors would help us to pay
higher prices for the coffees and to make sure that producers received a fair price for the coffee they delivered us,
above the market price. In order to do this, we set up a warehouse in Jaen and started to buy parchment directly
from producers. The Cajamarca region holds a lot of potential for quality coffee, with ideal growing conditions and
great varieties, but the quality is often lost in picking, processing, and drying, with producers lacking infrastructure and
knowledge. The most vulnerable producers are those that are unassociated – those who aren’t members of a
cooperative, association, or organization – and they represent 75% of producers in Northern Peru. These producers
don’t have access to training sessions or premiums for quality or certifications, and their income is totally dependent
on the market price. Often, local aggregators – a buyer who lives in the same area – will come to the farm or house
of a producer and buy their coffee for cash before selling it on; in some cases, directly to an exporter or more often
to other traders and middlemen. This results in the producer being paid very little for their coffee and a lot of quality
coffee is lost. This shift in approach to sourcing will allow us to forge long-term relationships directly with farmers,
improve the coffee quality we can offer from these areas, and increase producer household income through access
to quality premiums.

  • Kérésre le is őröljük a kávét. Kérjük adja meg a megjegyzés rovatban kávéfőző készülékének típusát:


    #1 Török kávéfőző

    #2 Espresso

    #3 Kotyogós

    #4 Szarvasi és karos kávéfőzők / Kúpos papírfilteres kávéfőző

    #5 Kúpos fémfilteres kávéfőző

    #6 Általános filteres készülékhez

    #7 Mocca Master, lapos papírfilteres kávéfőző

    #8 Szifon kávéfőző, lapos fémfilteres kávéfőző

    #9 Kalita / Hario

    #10 French press

    #11 Chemex

    #12 Kávéfőző-perkolátor / Coldbrew

    (Mahlkönig VTA 6S kávéőrlőnk fokozatai alapján)

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