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Husband and wife duo, Alfonso Tejada Iberico & Karim Rosario Araoz Grandez, founded Café Monteverde, a cooperative based in their
hometown, Rodríguez de Mendoza, in 2003. The farm’s name comes from a story Eleodora used to tell Alfonso about a spring on the farm
that had so much water, the water spat from the spring as if were boiling. The name Timbuyacu comes from the Quecha words timbu meaning boiling and yacu meaning water. Under their care, Finca Timbuyacu became the heart of Cafe Monteverde’s efforts. The pair were committed to improving social conditions for other small producers in the region, and they envisaged the business as a means of helping producers in the region to market their coffee in better conditions. Today, Peruvian coffee growers are overwhelmingly small scale. Farmers in Peru usually process their coffee on their own farms.

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1 kg, 250 g


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