Peru – Wolfina DECAF


Organic Sparkling Water DECAF


notes of vanilla | ripe stone fruit | dark caramel | lots of sweetness | velvety mouthfeel


  • Description


    Our latest sparkling water decaf is a blend of two coffee lots from two origins. This blend is made up of two organic coffees coming from the Eratoi village region of East Timor and from the Copan region of Honduras. These two coffees blend well to give a Red cherry and dark chocolate with hints of crystalised ginger and pepper spice.


  • Additional information

    Additional information

    Weight N/A
    What's your grind?

    Coarse grind, Fine grind, Whole bean

    Bag Size

    1 Kg, 250g, 500g

  • Meet the farmer

    Meet the farmer

    San Francisco is a village in the district of Huabal, which is home to over 50 farming families. The altitudes range from 1600 to 2000masl and the main varieties grown are caturra and catimor. San Francisco is one of Falcon Coffees Peru’s largest bases of producers and produces some of the best and most consistent coffees in the area. As is the case in most of Northern Peru, drying beds and tents are still not very common and most producers dry their coffee on tarpaulin mats on the ground. Most of the producers pick their coffee themselves and with the help of family and neighbours, before processing and drying it at their home.
    Mocha – Day lots of coffees from producers all over Cajamarca were purposefully blended together based on cup profile, one typical of the region. All of the day lots come from the early part of the harvest in high altitude areas, which were processed and dried on the producers’ farms. Most producers in Northern Peru have their own hand pulping machine and fermentation tank where they process the coffee, before drying it on their patio or raised beds. Once the coffees have been processed, farmers deliver them as parchment to the Falcon warehouse in Jaen, where they are graded, analysed for moisture content, roasted and cupped. This lot is a blend of lots from the middle of the harvest and is named after the local term for the basket that producers use to collect cherries which picking coffee.

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