Los Cambulos farm is located in an altitude of 1560m, and its size is only 1,5 hectares with 8000 coffee trees. The owner of the farm is Ana Lucia, from whom the coffee is named after. This coffee is part of the La Palma y El Tucan Neighbors & Crops project. For this project a highly trained team of La Palma y El Tucan’s pickers picks the ripe cherries and chooses which of these cherries will be used. The processing of the coffee takes place in the La Palma y El Tucan facilities, in a new washing station within a farm with perfect ergonomy. This particular processing station includes raised beds for the drying of the coffee, uses solar energy in order to save resources and has an up to date mechanical drum for the final drying of the coffee. The processing of this particular coffee is done with the help of bacteria produced during fermentation, who work in a way that leaves a sweet taste on the coffee.
La Palma y El Tucan has created a very innovative lab, in which the people of the farm conduct the necessary quality controls required in every stage. La Palma y El Tucan experiments with new fermentation methods. We are extremely proud of this new cooperation with La Palma y El Tucan, which is part of our Direct Relationship Coffees model.
Anatoli La Mesa
floral aroma, sweet like toffee, blackcurrant, malic acidity, structured