Peru Mountains and valley with stream

The Peru Coffee Culture:

The harmony of nature is responsible for Peru’s excellent coffee-growing conditions. Its various elevations, ranging from 3,937 ft. to 7217 ft. (1,200 to 2,200 meters), support gradual cherry growth and create complex flavors.

While temperatures and rains give coffee plants a soft embrace, fertile volcanic soils enrich the beans.

Cloud-covered highlands guarantee that cherries mature gradually, producing fruit with vivid acidity and alluring scents. With its lush woods and commitment to shade-grown coffee, Peru preserves biodiversity and increases quality.

Each cup of Peruvian coffee is a testament to exceptional growing conditions that make every taste an adventure in this country of numerous microclimates. (Exploor Peru: (