360 Reserva, Puerto Rica

360 Reserva, Puerto Rica

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Produced by the Atienza and Fortuño Seitzer families on the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico, this fine coffee is partly grown on the Tres Picachos Forest Reserve in the central part of the island, which contains the highest peak at 1,205 metres above sea level. Production is limited to 1000 bags annually allowing for strict quality control and sustainable practices. The result is a versatile coffee equally suitable for cafetiére or espresso with a full body that engulfs the mouth, buttery tones and a dark chocolate finish.
£10.00 per 125g
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My wife's favourite coffee.

Excellent

This coffee is delicious and I will be back for more

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Climate / Geography

Situated in central Puerto Rico amongst the Cordillera Central, the Jayuya region is home to some of the highest mountains on the island and is perfect for coffee cultivation. The Hacienda San Pedro is located at 900m, with the climate at this altitude providing late autumns and cool winters. Studies have shown Puerto Rico to have a very beneficial climate for coffee production, its position in the Caribbean exposes the island to easterly winds that carry with them micronutrients from the ocean. The winds that reach the central highlands, act as a type of fertilization, something that is not replicable anywhere else in the region.

Technical Information

  • Country: Puerto Rico
  • Altitude: 900 - 1200 metres
  • Method: Sun-dried

Additional Info

Produced by the Atienza and Fortuno Seitzer families on the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico, this fine coffee is partly grown on the Tres Picachos Forest Reserve in the central part of Puerto Rico, which contains the highest peak at 1,205 metres above sea level. Behind the 360 Reserva coffee is a specialty coffee growing team with over 20 years’ experience growing coffee in Puerto Rico. The 360 Reserva is a traditionally grown coffee, with the berries handpicked and sundried by the family run estates. As a US territory, Puerto Rico, comes under some of the most regulated coffee growing processes, ensuring that coffee produced meets the high expectations of coffee connoisseurs.

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