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Caramel Butter Biscuit Lemon

Original price €9,50 - Original price €144,50
Original price
€9,50 - €144,50
Current price €9,50


Lima Coffee


Jaén, Cajamarca,




Catimor, Caturra,
Bourbon, Typica


1650-1800 MASL

Brew Advice

In: 19.7g
Out: 42g
Time: 28 seconds

Milky Espresso
In: 20g
Out: 36g
Time: 27 seconds

About the producer

About the Farm

Peru is a shining example of progress and development through relationships. In 2014, Cafe Imports met Rony Lavan, a cupper at a cooperative in the Cajamarca region of Peru. After spending some quality time working alongside him, the idea arose of doing smaller, higher quality, and more traceable offerings together.
As president of the Lima Coffees exporting organization, Rony has already established himself as standing at the forefront of microlot-quality coffees in Cajamarca. His first year with Lima Coffees, he entered the national competition and won; with the introduction of the Cup of Excellence competition to Peru in 2017, the country is poised to enter the international spotlight for its finest offerings. Rony and his coffees will be the ones to watch.

About the Process

The vast majority of coffee in Peru is washed, and many producers own their own wet-milling equipment, though smallholders may also deliver cherries to a central processing unit or cooperative for processing. This coffee is depulped the same day it’s harvested, and given a 12–18-hour open-air fermentation before being washed clean of mucilage. Drying styles vary in Peru, and coffee may be dried on patios, raised beds, in parabolic dryers, or mechanically.

Adventurous daily driver

This washed coffee has comforting notes of caramel and butter biscuit with bright notes of lemon peel and star anise. This gives your espressos an exciting character, whilst focusing more on the sweeter comfort notes in milk. We offer this coffee as an adventurous daily driver, a coffee to enjoy its brighter and sweeter character throughout the day.