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La Joya Oscura

Rogelio lives and manages the Joya Oscura farm together with his son Jose Lopez Xutuc in San Antonio Huista. The name of the farm arose years ago, as the farm was located in an area where the rest of the mountain was fully covered with vegetation. Sun and daylight would hardly come through thick layers of branches and leaves, the “Joya Oscura”, the “Dark Jewel” is how the land was referred to and why this farm carries that name.

120g – £5.50
1Kg – £30


Finca Auromar, Geisha

The Auromar Farm “Finca la Aurora” is situated between 1570 and 1770 MASL in the highlands of Candela, Chiriquí, Republic of Panama.  The cultivated area has been painstakingly developed to strike a balance between coffee yields and forest preservation. As shade is much heavier than in other farms in the region, the area enjoys a stable microclimate offering very little swings from day heat to night chill. Also, because of altitude, the harvest begins late in December and ends in mid-March. There, the cherries take full benefit of the drop in humidity between December and January at season´s change, and the sunny dry summer that runs through mid-April. The outcome of such combination, forest, shade and late harvest is a limited-supply, highly complex beans in each harvest.

120g – £20
500g – £75


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