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Komodo Decaf Organic and Fair Trade ​SWP-Not Available

Farm Description

Sigri plantation was established in the 1950's and rapidly gained a reputation that continues to grow.  All processing practices follow a system which insists on the highest standards and quality at every stage. Hand picked when red and fully ripe.  The cherry is pulped on the day of picking.   The fermentation process entails washing and drying over a 3 day period.  but unlike other washed processed coffees, Sigri's process follows this by total immersion in the water for a father day, which creates unique flavor profile.  The plantation employs a medium density shade strategy, using 2 types of shade trees.  this promotes even ripening of coffee cherries and provides habitat for over 90 species of birds.

Harvest:    2020
Arrived:     January 23, 2021

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Peru Sol Y DECAF Certified ORGANIC Green Coffee Beans Water Process-Not Available

In Peru, the bulk of production comes from small farms owned and managed by indigenous people who follow organic farm management practice attuned to their cultural connection with the land. Producers typically cultivate coffee on just a few acres of land intercropped with shade trees, bananas, corn, and beans. They carefully harvest and sort cherries before depulping, fermenting, washing, and drying the coffee using their own micro-mills. Simultaneously, cooperatives carry out activities that often go unnoticed but are crucial for small producers. These cooperatives are often divided into smaller locally run organizations, larger regional organizations, and even larger umbrella organizations. The local cooperatives focus on training producers in best organic practices and invest in basic infrastructure needs like road improvements and establishing local warehouses. The regional cooperatives focus on creating micro-credit for producers and investing in social programs on a larger and more impactful scale, using the collective resources generated from the sale of coffee. Environmental training programs, healthcare initiatives, life insurance, and educational opportunities are just some of the ways these cooperatives strive to improve the quality of life for coffee producers and their families. Cooperativa de Servicios Multiples Sol y Café Ltda (Sol y Café) is a regional cooperative that works directly with 58 local organizations and more than 1000 producer-members in the provinces of Jaén and San Ignacio in the department of Cajamarca, Peru. Sol y Café provides producers with financing, trai ning, and technical assistance to improve coffee quality. The cooperative has also established a centralized coffee nursery to support farm renovation initiatives. As a way to diversify income, Sol y Café supports producers who also cultivate rice and cacao. Sol y Café collaborates with Cooperativa Agrícola de Servicios Múltiples Norandino (Norandino), an umbrella cooperative that prepares coffee for export and ensures traceability and quality control throughout the post-harvest process. Norandino boasts one of the most state-of-the-art dry mill operations in Northern Peru along with a fully staffed and SCA certified cupping lab equipped to cup through thousands of samples and identify the potential for every coffee that is received. The cupping lab also serves as a training facility for the entire region and a place to take the Q certification exam.

Grower            Cooperativa de Servicios Multiples Sol y Café Ltda (Sol y Café) | 1000 members
Variety             Typica, Caturra, Pache, Mondo Novo, Bourbon, Catuai, and Catimor
Region             Provinces of Jaén and San Ignacio in the department of Cajamarca, Peru
Harvest           April – September
Altitude           900 – 2000 meters
Soil                  Sandy loam
Process            Fully washed and dried in the sun
Certifications  Fair Trade, Organic
Crop                  2020
Arrived.            April 9, 2021

Guatemala Antigua Decaf SHB Select Water Processe​d-Not Available

This is a decaffeinated coffee using a Water process.  No chemicals are used in this process.
Guatemala SHB Royal Select Water Decaf is sourced from lots that the Royal team has selected based on cupping evaluations. After selection, the green coffee is pre-soaked in water to expand the beans for caffeine extraction. The beans are then introduced to a solution concentrated with coffee solubles that extract the caffeine without extracting the coffee's particular flavor.
Guatemala SHB is sourced from farms located more than 4,500 feet (1,372 meters) above sea level. Coffee cultivated at these altitudes matures slowly and grows to be harder and denser than beans grown at lower elevations, creating the strictly hard bean (SHB) with inherent consistency and rich taste attributes. 


Grower                             Producers from Guatemala
Variety                             Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, and Typica
Region                             Guatemala
Harvest                            October - February
Altitude                           1372 - 1539 masl
Soil                                   Volcanic loam / Clay minerals
Process                             Fully washed and dried in the sun        
Crop                                  2020
Arrived                               November 21, 2020
Certifications                      Decaf