Sustainably Sourced from San Pedro de Vilcabamba, Loj in Ecuador.
Cherries, Blackberries & Dark Chocolate
This coffee tastes at its best as a black drink, but can be enjoyed with milk with notes of a juicy fruity chocolate cake
Another female producer! Whoop! Gladys Erazo is an active member in the local association of coffee growers APECAEL. The active members of the association take part in producing their own organic fertilisers, some of which they sell locally when in surplus. Active members also get the benefits of consultancy by agro-engineers, coffee processing experts, accountants, etc.
Gladys’ farm is 1.8 hectares where most of it produces Bourbon and a small part of
Typica. This farm produces around 600 kg of parchment per year. All coffee is washed.
Gladys is also a beekeeper, she sells honey in local markets which gives her a second source of income from her farm.
Cutanapamba has been producing coffee for 20 years, since Gladys was a young adult. This is a farm tucked in between hills, covered by many diverse trees and bordered by a river that comes straight from Podocarpus National park.
Amazing for cold brew
Great tasting coffee , roasted locally, highly recommended
I tried a smaller packet of these beans before and they were so good I now view this as my way of having a proper quality coffee from a shop, but at home, and without spending a fortune. Everyone loves the smell of this coffee filling the kitchen every morning, and it’s my treat to start the day. The highest praise I can give it is that it makes the school run bearable. Recommended.
the most delicious coffee I've ever tasted
Very happy to have found out about Noni's Coffee Roasters and in particular Dust v2.