Organic Certified Coffee Beans
We offer high quality coffee with a score of 87 points above. We consider our job to be very simple, we find some of the best coffees in Ecuador and ship to your warehouse in the most timely manner possible. We offer full traceability for our clients and truly enjoy connecting roasters and producers who are passionate about specialty coffee. We have our roots in Ecuador, a country with unique flavor profiles but infamous for the complexity of getting this coffee stateside.
Arabica Coffee Harvest Season: May to September
Arabica Coffee Exportations: September to January
Top Countries that import Arabica Coffee (Highland and Lowland): USA, Cuba, Germany, Japan, Canada, Sweden
We also offer and find you some of the best coffees in Latin America, from countries such as: Peru and Bolivia.
1) Micro-region: Quilanga
Altitude: 1600-2300 masl
Varietals: Typica-Criollo, Caturra
Post Harvest: Washed, 12 hour fermentation
2) Micro-region: Chirihuala
Altitude: 1700-1900 masl
Varietals: Typica-Criollo (85%), Borbon
Post Harvest: Washed, 18 hour fermentation
3) Micro-region: Palanda
Province: Zamora Chinchipe
Altitude: 1300-1500 masl
Varietals: Borbon, Caturra
Post Harvest: Natural
SOUTHERN ECUADOR’S PROVINCE
Loja: Longest specialty coffee tradition in Ecuador. Many producers have preserved the typica varietal (called criollo here in Ecuador) and it´s desired cupping profile. Genetically, Loja is a powerhouse for specialty coffee in Ecuador and year after year most of the top ten coffees in our Taza Dorada competition come from this province.
Zamora Chinchipe: Young farms that use a lot of yellow bourbon and caturra due to wet climate. These producers have learned from Lojano farmers, however, the climate and different varietals give these coffees unique and exotic flavor profiles.