Finca Churupampa, a farm of over 150 families located in Northern Peru, sits on a ridge
line in the Andes Mountains, looking eastwardly is the Amazon Basin. Coffee from this
Cajamarca region grows at high elevations, 1900 meters above sea level, which results
in a slowly maturing bean that yields a complex profile.
Churupampa is a Quechua word. Ch’uru means snail and pampa refers to the plains -
roughly translating to “snail lands”. Since 2011, Finca Churupampa has produced
organically grown coffee, with a strong focus on environmental conservation. Since
then, all of their coffee is cultivated without the use of chemical herbicides or pesticides.
Finca employs two agronomists to work with farmers on organic production techniques,
implement quality improvement methods, and teach them how to cup their own coffees.
This coffee is organic by design, not by default.
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