Rank: 10

Farm Name: Palmachayucc  – {ORG}

Farmer/Rep.: Américo Palomino Alanya

Score: 88.52

Altitude: 2100

Country: Perú

City: La Convencion

Region: Cusco

Program: Perù 

Aroma/Flavor: Vanilla, honey, blackberry, melon, jasmine, mandarin, orange, poached pear, rhubarb, loganberry, lychee, nectar, plum.

Acidity: Citric, tartaric, red currant, malic, fresh.

Other: Improved on cool, syrupy mouthfeel, passionfruit, pineapple, Naranja.

Processing system: Washed

Variety : Typica, Bourbón

Certifications: Organic

Farm Story:

   Farm Name:  “PALMACHAYOCC”




Farm Story:


The “PALMANCHAYUC” farm was founded in the year 2000 due to the abundant existence of palm trees. In the same year, one hectare of coffee plantations of the Typical variety was implemented. In 2005 the producer joined the Cooperativa Agraria Cafetalera Valle de Incahuasi; with the purpose of being able to export their coffee. Since then he has been trained in the good management of his estate. In the year 2010 I renovate an entire hectare with Bourbón variety. In the farm they work in a sustainable way through a technical management, having good practices and care of the environment. The “PALMACHAYUCC” farm is a beautiful place of its flora and fauna and its excellent quality of coffee. 





Region: CUSCO

Year of Harvest: 6 years

Month of Harvest: first days of July

Name of the Farm: palmachayucc

Elevation: 2100 m.a.s.l

Coffee Mill Type: washed

Blooms: Harvest in the first days of July




Type of Soil: Clay sandy loam – New soils, with good formation of organic matter.


Temperature / average climate: Low 14 ° C high 22 ° C

Averages 18° C

Average rainfall: 1780 mm

Typesofshade: Temporary Shadow and Permanent Shadow

Shade density 35 – 40 %


Crop Conditions: Plants between 6 and 8 years of age, full production, healthy, largely vigorous, minimal affection for pests and diseases.


Flora and Fauna Types Present: 

Tall trees of wood, low trees, fruit trees, shrubs, herbaceous and creeping

Presence of local birds, diurnal and nocturnal animals, most of them herbivores.


Fertilization Methods: Fertilization with organic fertilizers applied in soil at the root level.


Applications of herbicides: Non.


Environmental conservation practices: With organic production


  • Soil Conservation: Installation of Living Barriers, Dead Barriers, Andenes, Plantation against slope.
  • Water conservation: water conservation, reforestation, sprinkler irrigation.

Processing Type Wet Profit


Type of Fermentation: Natural