|Origin||Tambopata Valley, Southern Peru|
|Varietals||Bourbon, Cattura and Cattimor|
|Cup Profile: Delightfully floral with a hint of velvety chocolate to balance the acidity.|
|More Details: The name Tunki comes from the locally found wild bird. The coffee is traditionally farmed by hand. Situated high in the mountains amongst the most beautiful flora and fauna of the Tambopata Valley, the coffee beans are fed and washed by pure spring waters, then patio dried by the indigenous Quechua and 'Aymara' speaking families. The beans are organically shade grown, not only safeguarding the habitat of many migratory wildlife, but also encouraging the cherrys to ripen slower, allowing the acidity to develop in the bean. This coffee is also known as the "swiss-army knife of coffees" because it is delicious however brewed.|
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