Tasting Notes:BRIGHT & FLORAL, TEA ROSE, STRAWBERRY, BLACKCURRANT, LINGONBERRY
In 2011, Felipe Sardi & his wife, Elisa Madrinan, beganLa Palma y El Tucan, a coffee estate in Colombia’s Cundimarca region. Their goal was not to only grow high-quality coffee, but to provide opportunities to their fellow Colombian coffee growers—with their inclusive model, La Palma y El Tucan (LPET) would not just cultivate coffee on their own farm, but would work with farmers in neighboring communities to improve their coffee quality, then pay above-market prices to purchase it.
The name derived from two rare species they discovered on their farm upon purchasing the farm: the Emerald Toucan and the endangered Wax Palm.Today La Palma y El Tucan have succeeded in positively impacting their communities while achieving global success. Their coffee is regularly used at high levels of coffee competitions.
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