This is a certified organic Bolivia Co-Op coffee with sweet, clean flavor. On the map, you'll find Bolivia landlocked between Peru and Brazil. This can make it hard to export as passage to port requires co-operation of a competing country. Bolivian farmers also have a reputation of being "hard to work with." So a good Bolivia doesn't come on market all that often, and I snatched this one up excitedly. It's fresh 2012 crop, just came in. Has a snappy acidity and a rich traditional flavor -- just "normal coffee" really, but REALLY GOOD "normal coffee"! It is grown at high altitude (4,000-5,000 feet) in the Canton Roario region. It's a dry-process coffee, which gives it more flavor than it's neighboring counterparts. Consequently, it is not ideal for an espresso base, but does add great balance to the blend. Furthermore, it is best at a FC-FC+ level and starts to lose its appeal once you hit the second cracks.
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