Pangoa Pangoa


Bergamot | Peach | Caramel

This exceptionally sweet and floral microlot is produced by Junvencio Gamarra Cubo & Andrés Torre Ore. It comes from our decade-long relationship with Pangoa Cooperative.

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Roast Level

Light Medium Dark
  • Bean Single Origin Coffee Beans
  • Origin Peru
  • Process Washed


Wholebean or Ground



Free delivery when you spend £20 or more (on coffee-only orders)



  • Roasted on Tuesday and Thursday
  • Posted within 2 working days from your order
  • 24-hour tracked, letterbox-friendly delivery
  • 100% household recyclable packaging
Delivery Info

Our roasting schedule

We roast coffee twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday, and all coffee orders are dispatched within two working days of ordering. The coffee you receive from us will be roasted and sent to you fresh, without exception.

Delivery - Just coffee

Delivery is £3.50, or free if your order is £20 or over. Our
delivery service is Royal Mail Tracked 24, meaning delivery time averages one
working day. Your coffee will likely arrive Thursday, but occasionally Friday.
If your coffee doesn’t arrive by Saturday, then please get in touch

Delivery - Just equipment

If you’re ordering brewing equipment only, things work
slightly differently. Delivery will always be £5.50 and your order will be sent
by DPD Next Day. It will be dispatched the next working day, and will arrive
the next working day after that.

Delivery - Coffee and Equipment

If you’re ordering coffee and brewing equipment together,
then postage will be £5.50 and your order will be sent by DPD Tracked. But
because your coffee will be roasted to order on the next Tuesday, the whole
delivery will be sent out on the Wednesday and arrive on the Thursday.


100% Arabica Coffee Beans. For maximum freshness, drink as soon as possible. Once opened, keep in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. Roasted and packed in the UK by Taylors of Harrogate, HG2 7LD.

An exceptionally sweet and floral microlot produced by Junvencio Gamarra Cubos & Andrés Torre Ore.

Taylors have a decade-long relationship with Pangoa Cooperative, but this is the first time we have secured a specialty lot from them, and it's exclusive to us.

In the cup you can expect a classic Gesha profile. Sweet and floral notes of peach and vanilla, balanced with hints of raspberry and caramel.

This is one of the first specialty lots from these producers and we're excited to be part of their journey as they continue to develop.

  • Origin Peru
  • Region Junin
  • Town Satipo
  • Cooperative Pangoa
  • Process Washed
  • Altitude 1340-1600 MASL
  • SCA Score 85.25
  • Variety Gesha
  • Roast colour 138
Pangoa and Taylors of Harrogate

Our RelationshipPangoa and Taylors of Harrogate

The producers of this micro-lot are Juvencio Gamarra Cubos & Andrés Torre Ore, who are both members of Pangoa Cooperative.

Pangoa, which is in Satipo, Junin, Peru, was founded in 1977 and has 698 members. The dry mill is in San Martin de Pangoa and on average produces 34 containers of coffee each year.

We have a decade-long relationship with Pangoa and have collaborated on numerous projects with the aim to improve the long-term sustainability of smallholder farming and social equity in the local communities.

We are proud to be showcasing the work of these two producers and will continue to invest in our relationship with Pangoa and are excited to see how the quality of their coffee progresses in the future.

Juvencio Gamarra Cubos

The ProducersJuvencio Gamarra Cubos

Juvencio started his journey as a coffee picker, he was motivated to buy his own farm and have a coffee plantation of his own.

He named his farm "Gamarra" so that future generations would recognise and remember his surname. Juvencio cultivates Gesha, Caturra, and Bourbon varieties. Alongside the coffee plants he grows bananas and corn to sell and for his family's consumption.

Juvencio lives on his farm and performs 90% of the labour himself, using the best agricultural practices to improve production and cup quality.

He harvests the crop in June and July and separates by variety. The coffee goes through a fermentation process for about 18-20 hours and is then dried on beds, for an average drying time of 8 days.

Andrés Torre Ore

The ProducersAndrés Torre Ore

Andrés was also originally a coffee picker and contractor, and now has his own farm called "El Cedro". The farm is named after the great quantities of Cedro trees that used to grow there.

Andrés cultivates Caturra, Bourbon, Typica, and Gesha varieties on his farm. He used the best agricultural practices to improve production and cup quality and has been selling specialty grade coffee since 2017.

At El Cedro, Gesha grows on a small 0.5-ha plot. Once harvested the fermentation for this coffee lasts around 18 hours, and is then dried on raised beds for 8 days.

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