Cajamarca is a department in the North of Peru. The area, former home to the Inca’s, is completely engulfed by the mighty Andean range. These heights offer splendid ‘breeding’ grounds for coffee trees. Cajamarca’s coffee industry, like the rest of Peru, is dependent on numerous smallholders. That is why you find many farms between 2 and 3 hectares of land. Large estates are rare. On the farm, you find small pulpers and several home-built parabolic dryers.