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Micro-Lot Ecuador

Ganzalo Castillo & Jaun Calva

sugar, plum, honeysuckle

$19.95

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Amavida Coffee’s Ecuador Micro Lot is an intense, flavorful cup that no one should have to go a day without. Certified Organic, Fair Trade

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Lot#

MLE162

Flavor

Brown sugar, maple syrup, plum, honeysuckle. Very sweet, caramelized finish

Brightness

Lively and citric

Body

Smooth and silky

Notes

The nestle variety was developed at an experimental farm in Pinchincha. This variety has high cup quality and higher leaf rust resistance.

Region

Irachi, Canton Palanda, Chinchipe

Elevation

1400 ms

Variety

Nestle

Producer

APECAP, Gonzalo Castillo and Jaun Calva

FAPECAFES (Federation of Ecological Coffee Producer Associations in the Southern Region) based in the southern town of Loja and its associated farmer group PROCAFEQ. FAPECAFES  was formally incorporated in 2002 as an umbrella organization of seven producer groups (APECAM, PROCAP, PROCAFEQ, APEOSAE, APECAEL, APECAP, and ACRIM), currently representing 1654 families.  95% of the growers are farming less than 1 ½ hectares with an average yield of six quintales per hectare due to an extremely mature stock of coffee plants.  Coffee is grown in a wide variety of micro-climates between 800-2000 meters.  They became FLO fair trade certified in 2002.

Lot#

MLE162

Flavor

Brown sugar, maple syrup, plum, honeysuckle. Very sweet, caramelized finish

Brightness

Lively and citric

Body

Smooth and silky

Notes

The nestle variety was developed at an experimental farm in Pinchincha. This variety has high cup quality and higher leaf rust resistance.

Region

Irachi, Canton Palanda, Chinchipe

Elevation

1400 ms

Variety

Nestle

Producer

APECAP, Gonzalo Castillo and Jaun Calva

FAPECAFES (Federation of Ecological Coffee Producer Associations in the Southern Region) based in the southern town of Loja and its associated farmer group PROCAFEQ. FAPECAFES  was formally incorporated in 2002 as an umbrella organization of seven producer groups (APECAM, PROCAP, PROCAFEQ, APEOSAE, APECAEL, APECAP, and ACRIM), currently representing 1654 families.  95% of the growers are farming less than 1 ½ hectares with an average yield of six quintales per hectare due to an extremely mature stock of coffee plants.  Coffee is grown in a wide variety of micro-climates between 800-2000 meters.  They became FLO fair trade certified in 2002.