Bolivia Caranavi Yungas Natural

Bolivia Caranavi Yungas Natural

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Description
Production Area / Caranavi
Producer / Finca Las Alasitas
Elevation / 1,600– 1,650 M
Variety / Caturra
Level/ SHB
Process / Natural Process
Roasting Level / Light Medium Roast
Cupping Notes
/ MangoRumPineapplePassion Fruit

Estate profile /

Bolivia is one of the five most diverse countries in the world, with the Illmani Peak at 6,462 meters, Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable mountain lake in the world with an altitude of 3,812 meters, and Lake Titicaca. Rainforest! ! Such a diverse terrain can be said to be a paradise for micro-batches of specialty coffee. However, the output of Bolivian coffee is declining year by year, and the Bolivian coffee of fine micro-batch can be said to be very precious and hard to find. The most famous production area in Bolivia is Caravani, which can be said to be part of the Yongas region in a broad sense. This region is most famous for one of the most dangerous roads in the world, nicknamed the Yongas Road of Death Road. The Development Bank named it "the most dangerous road in the world". Not to mention, before the beans from this production area are delivered to you, in addition to the aforementioned thrilling road to death, they must also be sent all the way to Chile before they can go to sea.

Even though the environment is so suitable for the development of coffee beans, the poor infrastructure has become the biggest obstacle to coffee processing, transportation and export, so the output is far less than that of other coffee boutique countries. Every time I get Bolivian beans, it is extremely precious. Although Bolivian coffee has a small share and is not well-known, Bolivian coffee beans are almost always sweet, with floral, creamy, and chocolate rhythms. Almost everyone will like it. The flavor is straightforward and easy to understand, a place with great potential to grow amazing varieties.

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