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Las Chirimoyas


Prune, Brown Sugar, Milk Chocolate

A rich Peruvian coffee that celebrates tradition and dedication. Boasting notes of prune, brown sugar, and milk chocolate, discover a universally accessible coffee with a brilliant backstory.


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Grind Size Guide

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Whole Beans

Recommended for optimum freshness


Suitable for filter coffee; cafetiere, V60, Chemex, Kalita


Suitable for AeroPress


Suitable for espresso, Mokka Pot

Still not sure what you need? Read guide on how to grind coffee here

Free UK Delivery

Free Royal Mail Tracked 48 delivery on all orders over £25 (UK only)

Next Day Despatch

Order before 23:59 & get your order despatched the next day (excluding weekends)

Letterbox Friendly Delivery

All orders of 1 or 2 x 250g bags of coffee will be despatched in a letterbox friendly parcel

Home Compostable Bags

Our bags are TUV certified home compostable. Everything, including the valve, seal, and label, are fully compostable, suitable for placing in your compost at home.


Tasting Notes

Prune, Brown Sugar, Milk Chocolate

Coffee Information

  • Country: Peru
  • Method: Washed
  • Producer: Simon Brown & Merlith Cruz
  • Region: Jaen, Cajamarca
  • Varietal: Catuai, Caturra, Catimor, Bourbon
  • Elevation: 1,750 - 1,900 masl


Discover Las Chirimoyas, a hidden gem. Spanning 3 hectares, this farm's altitude ranges from 1,750 to 1,900masl, cultivating Catuai, Caturra, Catimor, Bourbon, and Pacamara varietals. 

Acquired by Simon in 2021, he initially intended to replant, however, the farm's existing crops were surprisingly exceptional, so instead Simon and Merlith aimed to retain and gradually enrich the existing landscape. 

Handpicked, floated, washed, and pulped in seasoned wooden tanks, the 72-hour fermentation infuses a distinctive character. Sun-dried on raised beds for 10 to 15 days, Las Chirimoyas yields an exceptional brew, a testament to tradition and ongoing dedication.

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