The Andes Mountains run through the entire territory of Peru, which is a coastal country, causing extreme terrain changes in Peru. From sea level to the highest peak (Huascaran) of 6,768m in the territory, the height difference is close to 7,000m, and the territory of Peru exceeds 6,000. There are more than 30 peaks at m altitude, which is evident in the unique topography. Titicaca Lake, the highest navigable mountain lake in the world (about 3,812m), is the border lake between Peru and Bolivia, half of which belongs to Peru.
Rich in microclimates, Peru is not particularly large in terms of climate, but there are 28 climate categories in Peru among the 32 climate categories in the world! In addition to the alpine terrain, the rainforest climate of the East and Amazon jungle, desert, savanna, polar climate, etc. can all be seen in Peru.
This is a rare Peruvian coffee, with lots of orange notes & caramel sweetness. A very clean and soothing cuppa.