About: Finca La Esperanza was purchased by the Pacas family in 2010. The farm has been divided into 18 different tablones (plots) each with different growing conditions and suited to different varieties. The Pacas family are very strict with farm management and environmental conservation. No herbicides are used on the new plots and only manual labour used to remove weeds. All the cascara (dried coffee cherry skins) are composted and returned to the land. Mokka is a very old variety from Yemen and gets its name from the port of Mokha. It produces very small cherries and seeds ruling it out as a commercially viable variety but it does present a very interesting and complex flavour profile.
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