Most of us hardly remember the pre-Starbucks era, Millennials and Generation X’s were practically born with a latte in their hands. That’s why so many travelers to Peru are amazed to discover a place with such a booming food culture is still in it’s coffee culture infancy.
To discover more about Peru’s emerging coffee industry we talked to Francesco Sati, an Italian now living in Lima. He and his lovely wife Carmen own and operate an Airbnb , Casa Nuestra. He explained to Jeff about the typical old school Peruvian brewing methods.
We also visited Lima’s Cafe Bisetti and talked with Roberto Caldez a head barista there. He told us about their visit to coffee bean farms to pick out the best beans and to ensure the Peruvian farmer gets ample pay for his beans.
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