The Pérez family is constantly monitoring the growing conditions and actively managing the farm. They are especially focused on its soil, managing the trees that provide shade to the six varieties of coffee they grow, and incorporating organic compost with occasional ash deposits from Fuego’s regular eruptions. The Catuai plants that produced the coffee in this lot are roughly 40 years old, and have had high yields this harvest, thanks to the Pérez family’s management efforts.
Tag: New Release
The 2021 edition of our Otoño blend hits the mark with notes of plum, pear, and orange. Its complexity of flavor reflects the diversity of its single-origin ingredients: it is anchored by the Ethiopian heirlooms in our Chelchele Washed single-origin offering, complemented by the Bourbon and Catuai in our Honduras Caballero Family release, and rounded out with SL-28 and SL-34 grown by the Pacika Estate in Nyeri, Kenya.
The Canales family farm Los Delirios lies down a quiet country lane in the sleepy town of Pueblo Nuevo, whose valley floor and gently rolling hills have historically been better known for cattle ranching and tobacco than for coffee. So when Pio Canales bought the…