Bolivia Caranavi Peaberry Washed Coffee
A specialty coffee from Bolivia that you will love!
Coffee production in Bolivia is centered in the Yungas area, accounting for almost 100% of total production. Bolivia possesses tropical weather and all the other elements necessary to grow excellent coffee beans. Typica and caturra are two different types of coffee bean plants. Coffee beans take longer to ripen and develop due to the greater altitude, which results in a blast of flavor.
The Sol de la Mañan program attempts to increase the quality and long-term viability of Bolivian coffee production. The program's ultimate goal is to ensure that coffee production in Bolivia's Andes area continues. Agricafe founded it, and Pedro Rodriguez was the brains behind it. The Rodriguez family created a curriculum to address this issue head-on. Coffee farmers frequently face challenges in increasing the amount and quality of their crop.
The coffee was brought to La Paz once it was dry, where it was stored before being processed at Agricafe's dry mill, La Luna. The coffee is thoroughly hulled and sorted utilizing machinery and a team of sorters who carefully sort the beans by hand under UV and natural light at this state-of-the-art mill.
Peaberry coffee is the product of a genetic mutation in which the husk contains only one seed rather than two. On the cupping table, these round, tiny, and dense beans have excellent rich flavors.
Bolivia Caranavi Peaberry Washed coffee is a single origin specialty grade coffee bean from the Sol de la Mañana program, Caranavi region in Bolivia. This coffee is washed processed and roasted at a medium level. Rich body and citrus-like acidity. Sugar cane, lychee, red cherry flavor with toffee, peach aroma.