The highlands surrounding the town of Zumba are a patchwork of small coffee farms growing the great-tasting varieties Caturra, Typica and Bourbon. Here, members of the ACRIM cooperative work together to raise the bar for quality. In this area, locals take pride in calling themselves Charapanos, a regional nickname inspired by a local species of ant they describe as hardworking and steadfast. This effort is evident in the quality of the coffee which has brown sugar, orange and graham cracker notes, typical of great coffees from southern Ecuador.
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