Floral • Fruity • Juicy


In the frosty region of Puno, a surprising bean thrives, and the villagers cultivate a flavorful tapestry of crops. With a spirit of community and resilience, Alto Inambari is rewriting the story of coffee. Quiquira is a loveable oddball with black tea‘s steady vibe and grapefruit‘s bold zing. Just as you think you’ve got it, peach sweetness jumps in. It’s a wild coffee ride!

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Quiquira – Cultivar – Keen Coffee


The region of Puno, famed for its icy climate, towering altitudes, and the spellbinding Titicaca lake, is shaking things up with a bean that’s as surprising as it is delicious. This bean is a game-changer, turning the tough terrains into a hub of agricultural magic. The villagers, steadfast coffee cultivators for over half a century, juggle coffee farming with cultivating papaya, bananas, hot peppers, citrus, and avocados. And it’s not just about farming. The heartwarming Incan tradition of “minka” thrives here, fostering community work that benefits everyone, preserves forests, and safeguards native flora and fauna, like orchids and the vibrant cock-of-the-rock. Alto Inambari’s story isn’t just about coffee, but a journey of resilience, community, and a whole lot of flavour!


Quiquira is the oddball you can’t help but love. It’s got the grounding presence of black tea with a grapefruit’s sassy tang. And just when you think you’ve got it figured out, a wild peach sweetness rocks up. It’s a coffee rollercoaster and everyone’s invited!


14°09’40.7″S 69°17’10.4″W


  • Community: Cruz Pata
  • Producer: 7 growers
  • Region: Alto Inambari, Sandia, Puno
  • Varietal: Caturra and Bourbon
  • Altitude: 1,800m – 2,050m
  • Process: Washed
  • Harvest Period: August – October
  • Flavour: black tea, grapefruit, peach


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