El Palto - Dark roasted coffee


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En fyldig og fed kaffe med noter af kakaonibs, karamel og mørke bær.

El Palto - Dark roasted coffee

A deep and rich organic coffee from Peru. Flavor notes of cocoa nibs combined with rich and sweet caramel, balanced by a fresh taste of dark berries.

Country, region Peru, El Palto, Cajamarca.
Height 1.400 m.a.s.l.
Treatment Washed, raised beds
Sort Arabica (Castillo, Catimor, Bourbon, Marsellesa)
El Palto - Dark roasted coffee

Emil from ØNSK says: “I love brewing the coffee from El Palto on my espresso machine at home. In the mornings an espresso is a must, it's intense but also a bit fresh and lively. In the afternoon, I prefer a latte or cortado, and when adding milk, the El Palto coffee becomes pleasant and deliciously sweet, like creamy caramel.”

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Direct trade

We deal directly with the coffee farmers to ensure they are properly paid for the hard work they put into producing high quality coffee.

Forest grown coffee

The coffee is grown in the shade of other trees, which has a number of advantages: more absorption of CO2, more biodiversity, a healthier soil that does not require pesticides, and not least a better tasting coffee.

Freshly roasted coffee

When you order coffee from ØNSK, it is always freshly roasted and of high quality. We roast the coffee every week and have a promise that we will not ship coffee that is more than 21 days from the roasting date.

100% hand-picked coffee

All coffee is hand-picked, which is your guarantee of high quality. This means that only the best and ripest berries have been picked.

The story behind

We are located in Peru, in the middle of the Amazon rainforest, the nearest paved road is miles away, surrounded by high mountains and exotic plants. We have arrived to a small village, hidden between two large mountains; El Palto – which means “the avocado.” We are going to visit Carmen and Edis Herrera, who in addition to owning the small organic coffee farm El Mirador, are also the owners of El Palto’s only “restaurant” where Edis offers Peruvian specialties every night to El Palto visitors. Their farm is guarded by the dog Rocky and we are going on a hike among the coffee trees on their 9-acre farm. The coffee from El Palto is produced by Carmen and Edis and their 110 neighbors in El Palto, who has joined forces in the Jumarp cooperative. Together they can offer some of the best we have ever tasted in Peru, grown in the shadow of the Amazon rainforest.

Rainforest coffee

Despite the name ‘avocado’, the town of El Palto lives and breathes coffee, and there are hundreds of small coffee farms on the steep mountainsides. The name avocado isn’t entirely wrong though. The coffee in El Palto is grown in the shade of the Amazon rainforest, where countless avocado trees provide shade for the smaller coffee trees. Coffee grown in the rainforest is great because the trees protect the exotic flora and fauna, as well as giving coffee farmers extra income from avocados and other fruits.

Udsigt over bjerge en morgen i El Palto i Peru
Carmen Herrera, Rasmus Ditlev, og Edis Herrera står ved deres kaffegård Finca El Mirador i Peru med flot udsigt over bjergene
På besøg i kaffemarkerne i Peru

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