by Those Coffee People
Chocolate with blackberry, jasmine & spice notes.
Annual Production Capacity: 5 TON
Farm: Santa Elena and Puerto Arturo
Town: Ciudad Bolivar, Tamesis
Altitude: 1600 – 2000
Variety: Gesha and Caturra
Roast Suggestion: Medium roast
Preparation Suggestion: Espresso and Aeropress
Why Choose Queen Charlotte Natural?
Queen Charlotte Natural is a harmonious marriage of the delicate Caturra variety and the exotic Gesha, dried in a natural process under the sun of the Colombian Andres mountains. The Caturra brought forth notes of chocolate and spice, while the Gesha contributed with a floral elegance, and the natural process bringing out fruit and sweetness. This creates a flavor explosion will enchant even the most seasoned coffee enthusiasts.
Special Farming Practices for Queen Charlotte Natural
Want to promote enviornmental sustainability opportunities in the coffee business? Well with Queen Charlotte coffee, you can do it. The producers encourage research and exploration into preserving the natural ecosystems on their farms, using more clean pest control and fertalizers, as well as restoring native trees. in in the production of coffee. Thus, this coffee is perfect for businesses that have more conscious consumers, also they are looking for an outstanding taste that comes from the natural process with fruity and floral twist.
Why Support the Producers of Queen Charlotte Natural
Buying Queen Charlotte is direct support for rural women that want to start their career in an industry that is men dominated, also you are investing in innovation and improvement for Ciudad Bolivar´s coffee production. Additionally the support from Puerto Arturo promotes biodiversity, and enviornmental sustainability measures that reduce human impact of coffee farming on the natural ecosystem.
With this Coffee We Impact the following SDGs:
Each kilo of coffee purchased contributes to saving 40 liters of water versus traditional washed coffee
In comparison to the FNC buy rate, TCP pays 180% above fair market value
Finca Santa Elena seeks to reduce inequalities through supporting inclusive careers for women