Limited Edition Coffees

Peru El Locoo Natural

We only roast 5kg of this coffee for sale

This Peru El Locoo Natural is sourced from the Pasco region of Peru, grown in the small town of Huancabamba, Oxapampa on the El Locoo farm.

Elias Inga and his son Litman have worked with 7 Elements since 2017. In 2021, after attending a 7 Elements training on special processing methods, they decided to try Natural processing for the first time. The results were so good and the cup quality so great that everyone ‘went mad’ about the coffee and Elias and Litman decided to name is “La Locura” meaning “something crazy.”

Giorgio Piracci, a biologist specializing in technologies, began working with the Yanesha Indigenous community while studying environmental conservation in Oxapampa, Peru in 2005. In 2014, Giorgio and a close friend founded the NGO (non-governmental organization) 7 Elements to both support Yanesha farmers and create a new business model that would be “a disruptive changemaker” focused on creating more even social, environmental and monetary profits.

7 Elements promotes permaculture techniques to help farmers achieve higher income security. Following the ideology of permaculture, 7 Elements reinvests surplus profits in the program for the benefit of everyone involved.

7 Elements commits to paying double the market price for coffee. As word of the program’s success for farmers spreads through communities, more and more youth are now expressing hope that agriculture offers them an opportunity for a successful future, Giorgio reports

We roast this coffee to a dark roast profile by default, but are happy to roast it to your liking.

a couple of people that are standing in the dirt
a couple of people that are standing in the dirt

Origin: Peru

Region: Pasco

Altitude: 1800 masl
Varietal: Bourbon, Caturra & Colombia, Catucai
Processing: Natural

Cupping Score: 82

Tasting Notes: Stone fruit, Cinnamon, Apple

Previously roasted

Below are the coffees we have roasted in the past, with information on the source and story of each one we brought you.

Colombia El Bombo Women's Group - Organic

This coffee was roasted between December 2023 and February 2024.

Proceeds from the roast were donated to Kyra Women's Project based in York. Further info can be found at

This is a special Colombian coffee from the El Bombo Women's Group in the Huila region. It is grown at an altitude of 1350 to 1800 masl and is composed of Castillo, Bourbon, Caturra and Colombia varietals. This coffee is fully washed and certified organic. It has an impressive 80.5 cupping score and has tasting notes of roasted hazelnut, apple, dark chocolate and caramel.

Grupo Asociativo El Bombo Pitalito Inza, Asombombo for short, was founded by Luis Alfredo Diaz to increase market access and attain fair, sustainable prices for their coffee. Today, their members are Organic certified and sell their coffees with Asobombo to garner higher prices for their hard work.

This lot was produced by 15 female members of Asobombo who live and farm in Huila. They are Organic certified and dedicated to producing high-quality specialty coffees through careful cultivation and processing. They continue to invest the premiums from their coffee into improving their farm and processing infrastructure and they’re always looking to learn new processing techniques to improve overall quality.

We roasted this coffee to a medium-dark roast profile.

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aerial photo of landscape

Origin: Colombia

Region: Huila

Altitude: 1350 - 1800 masl
Varietal: Castillo, Bourbon, Caturra & Colombia
Processing: Fully Washed

Certification: Organic

Cupping Score: 80.5

Tasting Notes: Roasted Hazelnut, Apple, Dark Chocolate & Caramel