The coffee story

The GRACIAS A DIOS coffee is a blend from COOP JUMARP, the coop is based in the western Cordillera mountain range of the peruvian Andes. The Amazonas region of the Andes is know as the "Selva Alta" (High forest). The Selva Alta is a unique dense and humid rainforest ecosystem located at high altitude, ideal for growing high quality specialty coffees. Our coffe grown under the canopy of the native Amazonas rainforest, at Lonya Grande, where we found Gracias a Dios, a district founder of the coop,  after 16 years we can happyly still offering this unique coffee to the world.


Back the Café Selva Norte Project and offset the carbon emissions of your container

Jumarp is a member of the Café Selva Norte (CSN) Project, developed and implemented in partnership with Ecotierra. This agroforestry project aims to double the income of coffee producers by increasing their yields whilst promoting sustainable farming practices. Through CSN, Ecotierra funds Jumarp so the cooperative can provide microcredit at low-interest rates to farmers, technical assistance and seedlings.

Roasters can support the project by adding the ElevaFinca premium - USD 0,05/lb - when buying from Jumarp. When a roaster adds the premium, ElevaFinca (Ecotierra’s commercial arm) produces a tailored traceability report with detailed information about the production of the coffee purchased. This is collected via the Minka database, a big source of information that roasters can use to measure their impact. ElevaFinca also offsets the carbon emissions of all containers from their coops and includes a Carbon Offset Certificate. The carbon credits are retired from the Madre de Dios Amazon REDD project. 

Key benefits of the premium for roasters

The CSN project is a huge effort to tackle deforestation and land degradation in the country. According to Ecotierra, 15% of greenhouse gas emissions are caused by deforestation and the number one cause is migratory agricultural practice. This is still employed by a large number of Peruvian farmers for both annual and perennial crops including coffee.

In 2013, when the leaf rust crisis hit the country, most farmers were advised to cut down their shade trees. This would allow air to circulate more freely in the plantation, prevent excessive humidity and the spread of the fungus. However, growing coffee under the full sun requires more use of inputs, which producers couldn’t afford. Already struggling due to the roya, the yields of coffee trees continued to decline, putting farmers’ livelihoods at risk.

In order to produce more, farmers will migrate from one part of their plot to another or will replace their perennial crops with annuals such as corn. Before doing so, they burn the soil to clean it, resulting in more acidic soil. Without shade trees, the soil is also unprotected against heavy rains, which wash nutrients away - and there is no organic matter coming from trees to replace them. Impoverished land forces farmers to use new plots, sometimes virgin forest ones.

The project started in 2019 and has already provided nearly half a million US dollars in microcredit loans to growers to aid in their transition to sustainable agroforestry, impacting around 300 farmers and more than 300 hectares. CSN is a 15-years initiative aimed at supporting thousands of farmers over the long term. The project also includes the construction of a dry mill and quality lab for the cooperatives involved and the sales of carbon credits from smallholders.

If you wish to back this project, please get in touch with a sales manager at Algrano and ask how you can be a part of it. 

The process

WASHED PROCESS: 1. SELECTIVE PICKING OF THE BEST GRAINS 2. FERMENTATION CONTROL, IN HERMETIC BAGS FOR 48 HOURS 3. DRYING IN SOLAR TENT IN TRAYS TO IMPROVE QUALITY (12 DAYS)
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JUMARP - GRACIAS A DIOS

  • $6.3935 USD / kg FOB Conventional (no certification)
Origin
Peru
Variety
CATIMOR, TYPICA, BOURBON, PACHE, CASTILLA, CATURRA
Process type
Fully washed
Altitude range
1500m - 1800m
Harvest period
May, 2021 - September, 2021
Algrano's cupping score (SCA)
84.25 points
Available quantity
265 X 69 kg bags
  • Green or roasted samples are available
  • Upcoming shared shipments
    • Release from warehouse in Bremen from February, 2022
      Orders possible until 2021-12-13
  • Custom shipments available
  • Doorstep delivery available
    We can arrange delivery to your roastery
Produced & offered by Cooperativa De Servicios Multiples Juan Marco El Palto - JUMARP
  • Peru
  • Cooperative
  • UTZ Certified, FairTrade, Organic
  • 59 sales on Algrano
  • 2 Average orders per roaster
  • 36 Roaster relationships
  • Seller relationships with Roasters in

"About Carranza - This coffee is full bodied, sweet, vibrant and aromatic. Tastes very clean for a natural processed coffee with balanced acidity from the fermentation. Intense fruity aromas. Popular to brew as filter as well as espresso."

Marcus Wood, OLD SPIKE ROASTERY

"We are roasting and selling coffee from Jumarp since we started our roastery in 2017. Our customers and we love this coffee! daveskoffiebranderij.nl"

Dave van Eif, Dave's Koffiebranderij
Trusted by
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INKA PAAHTIMO
Smiths Coffee Company
Copenhagen Coffee Lab ApS
OLD SPIKE ROASTERY
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Manumit Limited
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Heart and Graft Coffee Limited
Dave's Koffiebranderij

JUMARP is a coffee coop located in the Amazonian Andes of the northern of Peru. We were founded by 35 small farmers at 2003; nowadays we are over 300 partners. We invested in wet mill, storage, and cupping lab infrastructure. Also JUMARP use the premium to supply members with fertilizers, and hands-on training through on-farm visits. We made all this hard work to provide the best Green coffee and continue improving the lives of all the cooperative’s members. Our Cup quality Coffee El Palto is known as a coffee with excellent body, elegant and balanced flavor with fine acidity. Under the SCA rating system our standard FTO coffee’s rating is in 82 – 84 range, while our micro lots rating surpasses 84 -87 cup score.

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The coffee story

The GRACIAS A DIOS coffee is a blend from COOP JUMARP, the coop is based in the western Cordillera mountain range of the peruvian Andes. The Amazonas region of the Andes is know as the "Selva Alta" (High forest). The Selva Alta is a unique dense and humid rainforest ecosystem located at high altitude, ideal for growing high quality specialty coffees. Our coffe grown under the canopy of the native Amazonas rainforest, at Lonya Grande, where we found Gracias a Dios, a district founder of the coop,  after 16 years we can happyly still offering this unique coffee to the world.


Back the Café Selva Norte Project and offset the carbon emissions of your container

Jumarp is a member of the Café Selva Norte (CSN) Project, developed and implemented in partnership with Ecotierra. This agroforestry project aims to double the income of coffee producers by increasing their yields whilst promoting sustainable farming practices. Through CSN, Ecotierra funds Jumarp so the cooperative can provide microcredit at low-interest rates to farmers, technical assistance and seedlings.

Roasters can support the project by adding the ElevaFinca premium - USD 0,05/lb - when buying from Jumarp. When a roaster adds the premium, ElevaFinca (Ecotierra’s commercial arm) produces a tailored traceability report with detailed information about the production of the coffee purchased. This is collected via the Minka database, a big source of information that roasters can use to measure their impact. ElevaFinca also offsets the carbon emissions of all containers from their coops and includes a Carbon Offset Certificate. The carbon credits are retired from the Madre de Dios Amazon REDD project. 

Key benefits of the premium for roasters

The CSN project is a huge effort to tackle deforestation and land degradation in the country. According to Ecotierra, 15% of greenhouse gas emissions are caused by deforestation and the number one cause is migratory agricultural practice. This is still employed by a large number of Peruvian farmers for both annual and perennial crops including coffee.

In 2013, when the leaf rust crisis hit the country, most farmers were advised to cut down their shade trees. This would allow air to circulate more freely in the plantation, prevent excessive humidity and the spread of the fungus. However, growing coffee under the full sun requires more use of inputs, which producers couldn’t afford. Already struggling due to the roya, the yields of coffee trees continued to decline, putting farmers’ livelihoods at risk.

In order to produce more, farmers will migrate from one part of their plot to another or will replace their perennial crops with annuals such as corn. Before doing so, they burn the soil to clean it, resulting in more acidic soil. Without shade trees, the soil is also unprotected against heavy rains, which wash nutrients away - and there is no organic matter coming from trees to replace them. Impoverished land forces farmers to use new plots, sometimes virgin forest ones.

The project started in 2019 and has already provided nearly half a million US dollars in microcredit loans to growers to aid in their transition to sustainable agroforestry, impacting around 300 farmers and more than 300 hectares. CSN is a 15-years initiative aimed at supporting thousands of farmers over the long term. The project also includes the construction of a dry mill and quality lab for the cooperatives involved and the sales of carbon credits from smallholders.

If you wish to back this project, please get in touch with a sales manager at Algrano and ask how you can be a part of it. 

The process

WASHED PROCESS: 1. SELECTIVE PICKING OF THE BEST GRAINS 2. FERMENTATION CONTROL, IN HERMETIC BAGS FOR 48 HOURS 3. DRYING IN SOLAR TENT IN TRAYS TO IMPROVE QUALITY (12 DAYS)
Algrano
Algrano
Cupped: May, 2021
Cooperativa De Servicios Multiples Juan Marco El Palto - JUMARP
GRADO 1 (Seller)
Cupped: May, 2021
SCA Score
Algrano
84.25
GRADO 1 (Seller)
84.5
Key flavor notes
Algrano
Dried fruit, Hazelnut, Dark chocolate, Plum, Spice
GRADO 1 (Seller)
Prune, Chocolate, Cane sugar, Bright acidity, Citric
Quality comment
Algrano
Medium, smooth body, combined with a pronounced plum and dark berries flavour profile, also chocolate.Lingering finish and mild acidity, well balanced and sweet.
GRADO 1 (Seller)
This coffee has a raisin flavor with a chocolate, panela notes, is citric, with bright acidity, creamy medium body, from 1500 masl altitud, is a blend of Caturra, Bourbon and Catimor varieties, dried on african beds and well ferment procces.
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FAQ


Shipping
Once the ordering period ends we will consolidate all coffees in a shared container. During transport, your coffee is fully insured. We will keep you informed about the shipment status.

Upon arrival of the coffee at the warehouse, you can choose between 2 delivery modes:

  • Doorstep delivery: We will take care of transport to your roastery. We will provide your coffee fully insured until it is ready for unloading from the truck at your roastery.
  • EXW (ex. warehouse) means that we will provide the coffee ready for pick-up at the terminal of the warehouse. You are responsible for organising transport and insurance from the warehouse to your roastery.

Currently, we can deliver coffee anywhere in Europe, except Hungary. For all European buyers, the coffee will be provided custom cleared in any case. Roasters in Switzerland choosing EXW will be responsible for customs clearance.

Currencies
When calculating price, you can select your preferred currency: USD, CHF, EUR, or GBP.

2 payment methods are accepted on Algrano:

1. Buy now, pay later
Pay your coffee after its delivered in Europe. This option generates an additional fee, displayed in the shopping cart.

3. Pay 10 days after placing the order
We will send you a 10 day invoice straight after you placed your order.