Peru – Tunki Organic – Coffee Den favourite

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Certified Organic and Fair Trade.

Our Tunki coffee has a smooth velvet mouth-feel with a rich chocolate body mixed with cream and nuts with hints of red berry and orange citrus. One of our favourites!


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Peruvian, Tunki

Tunki is an organically grown, naturally pulped, washed and patio dried bean – cultivated by the Aymara & Quechua indigenous peoples in the Tambopta Valley of Southern Peru.

We roast to perfection in-house, aiming to accent this bean’s chocolately body which is deliciously blended with cream and almonds, and features mild hints of red berry and orange citrus – with a delightful velvety finish.

As with all the coffee at Duffin’s, our Tunki a Direct and Fair Trade product; we buy it at well above the World Trade and Seasonally Agreed price to ensure that the produces get a guaranteed annual income, regardless of price fluctuations.

Fun Fact: the name “Tunki” is derived from the Tunki bird found high in the Peruvian Andes and is the national bird of Peru!

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Tambopata Valley


Washed natural pulped & patio dried


Aymara & Quechua indigenous peoples


Fair Trade, Direct Trade, Organic


1700 masl


Mainly Bourbon & Caturra, some Catimor

Roaster Notes

We love Tunki – a delish chocolaty Peruvian coffee.

Origin Notes

Peru's award winning coffee is named after the locally found bird and comes from the Peruvian Andes. Situated in the Tambopta Valley, South East of Peru on the border of Bolvia. The farmers belong to the Aymara and Quechua indigenous peoples and are all co-operative members.

On average each family manages a smallholding of around 2 hectares, and are rewarded for producing a high standard of coffee. They are paid well above the world trade price and the seasonally agreed price, to give the producers a guaranteed annual income, regardless of world price fluctuations. A percentage of the sales support sustainable development programs such as installing solar power – a short film of the installation is available to view on You Tube .