Rainy and cloudy, the New Oriente region is located on a former volcanic range and has soil made of metamorphic rock with a balance of minerals quite different from soils in active volcanic ranges. Beans produced here are balanced and full-bodied with a chocolaty flavor you’ll love in any of our coffees.
Region: New Oriente Cup Characteristics: Aromatic with hints of chocolate. Well balanced and pleasant. Full body chocolaty taste Altitude: 4,300-5,000 ft 1,300-1,700 mts Soil: Metamorphic and Clay Major Microclimate Influence: Atlantic Ocean Annual Rainfall: 72-80 inches (1,800-2,000mm) Ave. Temp: 68-77 Degrees F (18-25 Degrees C) Low/How Humidity: 70-80% Drying Process: Sun Dryed on Patios and Dryer Type of Share: Inga Varieties: Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, Pache Harvest Season: December/March