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Mothership had the honor to partner with Miraflores to showcase their Honey Processed offering. This coffee stood out so much on the Cupping Table we purchased the entire crop from this yield. Below you can read the story behind the two friends who produced this coffee where their hard work and methodical approach is tasted in the quality of their beans. The only unfortunate thing is we could not purchase more. - JT, Head Roaster

 

 

 


Region: Amazonas, Lonya Grande District
Process: Honey
Elevation: 1720 - 1914 MASL
Variety: Typica
Flavor Notes: Dried Fig - Honey - Hibiscus
Roast Level: Light

Background: In 2002, two friends, Manuel Rojas and Esther Requejo, both acquainted with the coffee industry, recognized the low coffee crop productivity among farmers in the north of Peru. They purchased land to cultivate specialty coffee with high productivity goals. Despite investing in over 100 hectares, yields remained low due to organic practices. The roya plague devastated their typica coffee plantation, reducing it from 53 to 10 hectares by 2013.

In 2018, they reclaimed 10 hectares of typica and introduced a program for unique coffee varieties like geisha, java, bourbon, and caturra. Rigorous fertilization, sustainable methods, and quality control became integral. The first post-recovery typica crop was harvested in 2020, followed by new varieties in 2021. They now sustainably cultivate 35 hectares, catering to demanding markets globally, including the USA, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Europe.

The Miraflores farm is located in the Amazonas region, at the Lonya Grande district, at the hamlet Ortiz Arrieta, approximately over 3 and half hours from the Jaen’s airport, and 2 hours from Bagua’s city. It has become a thriving venture, offering improved livelihoods for local coffee farmers while demonstrating the profitability of coffee cultivation in the region.

Typica Honey process: 
1. Selective collection
2. 12-hour water immersion of cherry previous to maintenance at a maximum temperature of 14 degrees
3. Pulp removal without water
4. Slow drying for 25 days

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    Mothership had the honor to partner with Miraflores to showcase their Honey Processed offering. This coffee stood out so much on the Cupping Table we purchased the entire crop from this yield. Below you can read the story behind the two friends who produced this coffee where their hard work and methodical approach is tasted in the quality of their beans. The only unfortunate thing is we could not purchase more. - JT, Head Roaster

     

     

     


    Region: Amazonas, Lonya Grande District
    Process: Honey
    Elevation: 1720 - 1914 MASL
    Variety: Typica
    Flavor Notes: Dried Fig - Honey - Hibiscus
    Roast Level: Light

    Background: In 2002, two friends, Manuel Rojas and Esther Requejo, both acquainted with the coffee industry, recognized the low coffee crop productivity among farmers in the north of Peru. They purchased land to cultivate specialty coffee with high productivity goals. Despite investing in over 100 hectares, yields remained low due to organic practices. The roya plague devastated their typica coffee plantation, reducing it from 53 to 10 hectares by 2013.

    In 2018, they reclaimed 10 hectares of typica and introduced a program for unique coffee varieties like geisha, java, bourbon, and caturra. Rigorous fertilization, sustainable methods, and quality control became integral. The first post-recovery typica crop was harvested in 2020, followed by new varieties in 2021. They now sustainably cultivate 35 hectares, catering to demanding markets globally, including the USA, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Europe.

    The Miraflores farm is located in the Amazonas region, at the Lonya Grande district, at the hamlet Ortiz Arrieta, approximately over 3 and half hours from the Jaen’s airport, and 2 hours from Bagua’s city. It has become a thriving venture, offering improved livelihoods for local coffee farmers while demonstrating the profitability of coffee cultivation in the region.

    Typica Honey process: 
    1. Selective collection
    2. 12-hour water immersion of cherry previous to maintenance at a maximum temperature of 14 degrees
    3. Pulp removal without water
    4. Slow drying for 25 days

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      Prakash Melvani
      Doesn't live up to other coffees from Mothership

      I am thoroughly disappointed by the flavor profile of this coffee. Both the taste and mouthfeel lack depth and are rather unpleasant to consume. The aroma lacks complexity and, quite simply, resembles the taste of wet leaves.