We currently have the El Salvador Cerro Las Ranas pulped natural at a medium city as our drip brew. When that runs out we will switch to the new Peruvian Chanchamayo.
The Chanchamayo province in Peru is named for the River that runs through the Junin region. This area has become increasingly attractive to tourists who want to see the central jungle, coffee farms, orchid fields, ancient architecture, and El Perezoso Botanical Gardens. This lot of coffee is bought and sold through OLAM Specialty Coffees. Olam is an international trading house that has extended their reach in specialty coffee by creating a separate organization that invests in each origin. They provide farmers with state of the art equipment and training and are able to provide extremely consistent high quality coffees.
In The Cup: This Peru is a great example of the well balanced, medium bodied, mild South American cup. A bright but not overpowering acidity, hints of nuts and milk chocolate, and a subtle rustic fruit note like raisins.