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La Rosa Costa Rica
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La Rosa Costa Rica

Costa Rican cooperatives are like symphonies. Or at least that is the sensation you get at Cooperativa de Productores de Café y Servicios Múltiples de Naranjo R.L. (Coopronaranjo) where every aspect of coffee is included in their repertoire. Coopronaranjo has ecologically designed instruments to handle every aspect of post-harvest processing and it all runs on hydropower. But it’s not just mill equipment that makes a big impression. This cooperative also has an organic fertilizer production plant that uses vermiculture to convert coffee pulp back into low-cost organic fertilizer. And if worms aren’t to your taste, Coopronaranjo also operates a local supermarket and sells roasted coffee for national consumption. With more than 2000 producer-members from the Canton of Naranjo within the province of Alajuela, Costa Rica, this cooperative is designed to receive cherries from many small farms and harmonize the coffee into a well-tuned regional blend called La Rosa.

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Finca El Gobiado Orange Bourbon
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Finca El Gobiado Orange Bourbon

El Salvador Finca El Gobiado Orange Bourbon Natural GrainPro is sourced from Finca Gobiado, a family owned operation located near the town of Concepcion de Ataco in the Illamatepec mountain range within the department of Ahuachapan, El Salvador. The Alfaro family has been cultivating coffee for four generations on the 30-acre farm. This bourbon varietal is meticulously picked and sorted, and then placed on raised beds and turned regularly for more than 20 days to ensure even drying. The Alfaro family has discovered through years of experience that their bourbon varietal responds exceptionally well to being processed naturally and the method also saves a tremendous amount of water resources, which is good for the environment.

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Dakaihe Village Yunnan
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Dakaihe Village Yunnan

In 1892, French missionary father Tian Daneng preached in Dali, Yunnan Province, China. To drink coffee, he taught local villagers to grow and drink coffee.

To this day, coffee has been in Yunnan Province of China for more than 100 years, and most of the varieties planted in Yunnan are Catimor, with an altitude of 1000-1500m.

Our coffee is from Dakaihe village in Pu'er City, Yunnan Province, world-renowned for its fermented tea and now fast becoming China’s specialty coffee capital.

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What is QR PH
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What is QR PH

The use of QR codes for payments has been gaining traction as an alternative to traditional debit and credit card payments. Hence, the payment industry participants led by the Philippine Payments Management, Inc. (PPMI), under the guidance of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), has launched in November 2019 the “QR Ph” as the National QR Code standard.

Under BSP Circular No. 1055, the BSP requires all participating payment service providers, including banks and non-bank electronic money issuers (EMIs), to adopt QR Ph. The primary rationale for the adoption of a national standard is to foster payment system efficiency by transforming the fragmented QR-driven payment services in the country into interoperable payment solutions. This approach is expected to substantially minimize the need for merchants and customers to maintain common accounts with payment service providers and for billers to display numerous QR codes.

As of October 2021, these are the following banks that are supported to make transactions with us.

  • AllBank (A Thrift Bank), Inc.
  • Asia United Bank (AUB)
  • China Banking Corporation (CBC)
  • Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC)
  • Robinsons Bank
  • Union Bank of the Philippines (UBP)
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Popayan Reserve Decaf
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Popayan Reserve Decaf

This coffee was milled in Popayan then transported to Caldas to be decaffeinated using a natural decaffeination process also known as “Sugar Cane Decaffeination”.

The decaffeination process of this coffee starts by conditioning the coffee beans with water and steam to increase the moisture content and swell the bean so that the caffeine can be extracted. Then the beans are washed with E.A. (Ethanol Acetate made from fermented sugar cane) to dissolve the caffeine, which dissolves the caffeine. Finally, the beans are cleaned with water and steam and dried until reaching moisture similar to what they had prior to the process.

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