Selva Sur de Peru is a gourmet coffee that is naturally processed by white-nosed coatimundi. Its rarity and distinct aroma make it one of the finest coffees in the world.
Our coffee beans are produced in the Satipo Province in Peru in an ecological zone that sits at an elevation between 1,600 and 1,800 MAMSL.
The coatimundis, also known as coatis, are fed the best coffee fruits as part of their diet. The coffee beans are refined during digestion by the enzymes that are present in the coati’s stomach.
This process adds to the coffee flavor by breaking down the proteins that produce a sour flavor and giving it a unique taste.
This is truly coffee that is worthy of Nobles, Kings, Queens, Princes, Princesses, Sheikhs, Coffee Connoisseurs, and Coffee Lovers!
Our new addition, Selvasur Coffee from Chiapas.
SelvaSur is cultivated with love and respect from Mother Nature, at an altitude of 3,900 feet.
In the south region of the state of Chiapas, our coffee is cultivated with the highest global quality standards in Mexico by small town descendants and the Mayan traditions.
This coffee is considered one of the best in the world due to the ecosystem where the coffee plantations are located. Its perfect balance between acidity and sourness gives it a gourmet grade. SelvaSur is proud to bring you one of the best delights of Mexico.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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This is due to its uniqueness and rarity. Our coatis are treated with love and respect; they are nurtured and cared for in great conditions. This makes our coffee production per year is a little less than 900 kilos (about 1,984 lbs per year).
While that might be a great concern, the cleansing process is thorough and extensive. We guarantee there’s no odor to the coffee other than the coffee’s natural aroma itself.
You can make 4 cups of 6 oz. of coffee per 50 grams (2 oz.) of Selva Sur Coffee.
No. Coatis cannot be forced to eat the cherry fruit every day because the sweetness of the coffee eliminates their red blood cells. If we do this we would have anemic animals. It’s only three times a week that their organisms work in such a way. The coatis have a special select diet based of tropical seasonal fruits. The days when they’re not eating coffee cherry fruit, they rest and recuperate.
No. Our coatis are rescued, sheltered, and kept in a sanctuary to be taken care of. Check out our blog page to learn more about the rescue of these lovely animals.
Yes. Our company was formed with the highest possible quality standards. For that reason, we make sure that our business is compliant with the Fair Trade guidelines and we are currently working on getting certified with the Fair Trade Certification.
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