Williams & Johnson Coffee Roasters (per 100g) PERU
Williams & Johnson Coffee Roasters (per 100g) PERU

Williams & Johnson Coffee Roasters (per 100g) PERU

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Williams & Johnson are Leith based coffee roasters who also have a cool cafe on the Shore - check it out.

Peru - Peru, Cajamarca / Fully washed, organic farming/ Altitude 1800-1850 metres above sea level/ tasting notes: Yellow Plum, Mango & Honeycomb

Through extensive cupping, Esbin’s farms, La Hondura & El Mango and Maria’s farm, Trapiche, have been singled out as some of the top lots from the region this year. Both Esbin and Maria’s farms are located in the town of La Naranja, around 2 hours from the association’s headquarters in Jaen; high in Peru’s Cajamarca department. Maria was born in Naranja and has lived there her whole life. Now aged 53, Maria has 8 children, 4 of whom still live with her. Maria first purchased her farm Trapiche 6 years ago. Totalling 2 hectares in size, Maria grows a mix of Bourbon, Typica and Pache. Both Esbin and Maria’s farms take their names from notable landmarks located on the plots. El Mango after the fruit trees on the farm, La Hondura, its bisecting shape and El Trapiche after the sugar mill that used to be located on the same plot. Like many other farms in the region, the names are symbolic, reflecting the distinguishing characteristics in the surrounding area.

Ethical Sourcing  Policy - Statement

We source only specialty grade coffee where farmers are paid well above the Fairtrade price. We have chosen to work exclusively with Mercanta as our coffee sourcing partner because of their dedication to ethical sourcing policies. They actively seek the de-commoditization of the coffee business and focus on price, quality and relationships with farmers and producers. More can be read about Mercanta's sourcing policy and sustainability at https://www.coffeehunter.com/about/ 

By working with Mercanta it has allowed us to source exceptional coffees with full traceability and knowledge that producers are making above market value for their crop. We are gradually building relationships with certain farms by buying subsequent years' harvest, especially in Colombia where Todd visited in January of 2019.