La Flor De La Pradera - Tabacconas - Community Lot

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Tabaconas, San Ignacio Cajamarca


1500 - 1700m


Catimor, Catuai, Costa Rica, Pache, Red Caturra, Yellow Caturra



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Flavour Profiles

Cacao, Peanuts, Raisins

Harvest Period

June - August 2022



About this Coffee

Who are La Flor De La Pradera?

This community lot is from the Tabaconas district in Cajamarca, Peru. It is made up of several small scale coffee producers from different villages and towns. The coffee is grown at an altitude of 1500-1700 meters above sea level. This  lot consists of different varieties, including Catimor, Red and Yellow Caturra, Catuai, Pache, and Typica.


About the farms

The lot is made up of several farms covering a total area of 500 hectares, with 300 hectares used for coffee cultivation. The farms are located in the Palla Peña, Panchia, Panchia Alto, Guayae, and Rayos del Sol areas of the Tabaconas district. Many of the producers cultivate coffee  The using organic fertilisers such as island guano, compost, phosphoric rock and potassium salts.


How was the coffee processed?

The coffee is selectively harvested and is fermented for around 15 hours. It is then spread out on the same day of the harvest and dried using wooden pallets and solar dryers. The producers use selective harvesting to ensure high-quality coffee beans. This community lot yields 46,000 kilos of coffee in parchment and is collected when it has a moisture content of 12% or lower.


The coffee is processed in Jaen, Cajmarca. The coffee is sold by the company, Integra Coffee. The company has a hierarchical structure consisting of the Board of Shareholders, General Management, Administration, Quality, and Logistics Control. Integra Coffee works towards sustainability and continuous improvement in the coffee families it works with.


What the producers want you to know

 This coffee lot from the Tabaconas district in Cajamarca is an excellent example of the efforts made by small coffee producers to grow high-quality coffee. The selective harvesting and organic fertilisers used in the cultivation process help ensure the coffee is of a high standard.


The commitment to sustainability and continuous improvement by Integra Coffee is admirable. This community coffee lot has traceability and is focused on maintaining high quality standards throughout the process, from cultivation to sales.

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