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Peruvian Coffee Day

Every fourth Friday of the month of August of every year is celebrated as the “national Peruvian coffee day”, This day was instituted by the Ministry of Agriculture to promote domestic consumption of this product.

What is the value of coffee? For the coffee zones of Peru this day is a party, whether in the north–Piura, Cajamarca, Amazonas, San Martín, the central zone,–Junín, Pasco, Huánuco and Ucayali, and the south zone–Apurímac, Ayacucho, Cusco And Puno.

Coffee growers are doing hard work to cope with the climate and many other factors that squeeze the production of coffee. Happily they have the support of their local, regional, and national governments. These provide their unconditional support for the good production of this product.

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The joy does not end. Peruvian coffee was declared a symbolic product, along with pisco, gastronomy, asparagus and many other products that provide a feeling of satisfaction to all Peru and that day by day are captivating many people internationally.

Who does not drink coffee? The preparation of a good cup of coffee involves many factors and tastes, for example, grinding, temperature, extraction time, the fusion between coffee and water. A combination with milk has a great acceptance.

Peruvian Coffe (Walter Coraza Morveli)
Peruvian Coffe (Walter Coraza Morveli)

In any case, let’s appreciate this berry that grows in these fertile lands, the hard work of thousands of people to get the coffee to your table or the table of some coffee house in all Peru. This day you drink Peruvian coffee and feel the unique flavor of very important national product.

Brayan Coraza Morveli

Soy completamente cusqueño. Mi profesión es analista de sistemas. Me encanta escuchar y tocar la música andina tanto como bailar break. Me gusta también compartir mi experiencias como cusqueño con gente de otros lados. Una de mis metas es llegar a conocer mi cultura más profundamente y compartirla ampliamente con gente de otras generaciones tanto como con hermanos y hermanas de otros lados de nuestra planeta.

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