MILAN – Coffee Origin Trips announce their first trip to Peru, to visit farms, processing plants and exporters in the Cusco region of Peru. Peru is the 7th largest exporter of coffee in the world and one of the leading exporters of organic coffees and coffee is Peru’s second largest agricultural export. Cuzco is in the South east of Peru and lies at 3400 metres above sea level.
The coffee in the Ayachucho region is grown at 1600 metres, growing Caturra and Typica varieties.
The first details are below, a fuller itinerary will follow soon. Book up soon to avoid disappointment.
Coffee Origin Trip to Peru – 17th – 24th May 2020
Participants meet on Sunday 17th for dinner and during the following week we will be based in Cusco in the Sacred Valley, visiting the Urumbaba Valley, which produces wet processed coffees.
From there, they will visit farms and follow the story of coffee processing from picking to export.
Participants will have the opportunity to pick and taste these wonderful coffees and speak to the farmers to select coffees that they may like to bring home to pass on to your customers.
The trip ends after breakfast on Sunday 24th May.
If you want to stay on longer trips can be arranged to visit Machu Picchu.
Please contact Colin or David if you want more information – a programme will follow shortly.
0044 7802 299054 (Colin)
0044 7769 251735 (David)