One of the rarer coffee in Singapore, we were intrigued by this sweet floral coffee. Medium body with notes of dried longan on the aroma, with clear blackcurrant and complex afternotes. This coffee lingers pleasantly on the tongue.
Coffee is dried on raised, sheltered dry beds.
The Jaén Province is one of the thirteen provinces in the Cajamarca Region of Peru. Geographically, the province has a mountainous terrain crisscrossed by the rivers of the Huancabamba-Chamaya Basin, which drain towards the Marañón River.
The name is derived from the Arabic word khayyān (‘crossroads of caravans’).
|Elevation||1600 - 1800m|
|Varietal||Typica, Caturra, Bourbon, Catimor|