New Vision seems to be the appropriate name for the farm owned by Vitalino Juan Perez, in the community of Los Higueros, Yorito, Yoro can boast of being located in a majestic mountainous area surrounded by woods and nature everywhere. Vitalino handles the farm, his father taught him all the secrets and transmitted the passion they share now this crop.
Vitalino was born surrounded by coffee he grew picking, drying and milling coffee from an early age he knew that would be the activity would continue for the rest of his life. With his wife fathered six children, one with special needs, she fills the home with love. Vitalino works hard to provide them better living conditions and leave a legacy for their future.
Vitalino is an innovative producer who achieved organic certification but seeing that the market did not pay a better price for his product decided to seek new alternatives maintaining his organic production. In the farm Nueva Vision all coffee pulp is composting, in the process leachate are collected to produce liquid fertilizer; both products are applied to the combining with other organic products.
During the milling process, Vitalino makes special emphasis on water use; the water comes from the mountain and although plentiful, they have adopted a culture of water recycling with a filtration system that helps them use less water for the process.
Vitalino had helped his father prepare one lot to participate in COE in 2009 and won the fourth place, this is the first year that Vitalino participating in COE independently, he feels blessed by this achievement and believes it can be the beginning a promising future for him and his family.
|Farm Name||Nueva Vision|
|Farmer/Rep.||Juan Vitalino Perez Murillo|
|Size (30kg boxes)||22|
|Aroma/Flavor||almond, chocolate, cocoa, herbs, sugar cane, vanilla, cantaloupe, watermelon, spicy, caramel|
|Other||creamy, sweet finish|
|Auction Lot Size (lbs.)||1452|
|High bidders||Wataru & Co., Ltd.|