Portrero Grande, where La Lima farm is located, is located at a high altitude and has a good environment for growing coffee.
Lima means lime in Spanish. When growing coffee, plants that can shade the coffee tree are also planted next to the coffee. The farm is planting limes and bananas as crops to do just that. Ananias Regalado, who had been a coffee farmer all his life, didn't really settle down in Portrero Grande until 1991, and it is said that he named the farm La Lima after the crops grown there.
The Starfield team, who cupped the Peruvian Ananias Regalado, rated it positively that it was sweet and strong. I could taste the notes of dried fruits such as dried figs and dried jujubes. Personally, I could taste the flavor of the tamarind drink that I drank at a Vietnamese restaurant. When I drank just one sip of the drink, I tasted the flavor that I often taste during cupping, but I couldn’t come up with an exact fruit to match, so I remember turning on a notepad and diligently writing it down. It was somewhere between a tropical fruit and nutmeg, and I think it would be a good note for everyone who reads this card.