Lauriano Tito Romero grows coffee over 2.5 hectares on a farm owned by his mother, who has 4 children and manages her land with different agriculture diversification projects.
Lauriano is a producer dedicated to his farm and has obtained Fair trade, Rainforest Alliance and Organic certifications. The farm is actively involved in the protection of water sources and forests, whilst working to ensure better waste management in the production of coffee.
After the community harvests the ripe cherries, Lauriano de-pulps the fruit on a home machine and dries the seed with a solar drier provided by COCAFCAL (Coffee cooperative).
This washed process coffee features notes of dark plum, toffee and vanilla, it is a microlot consisting of only 5 69kg bags of green coffee, and is only available at b3.