In 1977, 50 farmers from the municipality of Sandoná formed the Cooperativa de
Caficultores de Occidente de Nariño with the goal of improving quality and improving lives. Today it has over 1600 members in 12 municipalities inside Nariño. This Castillo variety lot was given the name “Chachagui” meaning “land of clear waters.” Elevations around 1900 meters give this coffee a sparkling acidity reminiscent of blood orange and a rich sweetness with flavors of brown sugar and buttercream.
Producer: Cooperativa de Caficultores de Occidente de Nariño
Elevation: 1900 Meters
Tastes like: Blood Orange / Brown Sugar / Buttercream
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We roast on Monday and Tuesday and ship USPS priority. Orders placed after Tuesday will be filled immediately if we have the coffee on hand. Otherwise, your order will be roasted & shipped the following Monday.