Peru was divided into 24 departments before the 2002 addition of the Callao province and a collective renaming to regions. The Amazonas region in northern Peru borders Ecuador and is known for its dense cloud forests, rugged Andes mountain terrain and ancient ruins. Rodríguez de Mendoza Province, lies to the South East of this province, and has a huge importance based on the fertility of the soil.
Such microclimates present perfect opportunities to grow coffee, and the cooperative offers it’s 257 members the chance to increase quality via improved access to services such as technical assistance, financial support social services and the facilities to cup the crop they are growing. The harvest period here is longer than normal due to the larger fluctuations in geography and altitude, and they have a large number of varieties too. Not quite enough to name in the list above, but you can also find Pacamara, Maragogype, Geilla, Estrella, Gran Colombia and Castillo.