|Taste||Jasmine, passion fruit, lemongrass|
Rodriguez family - pioneers of specialty coffee in Bolivia
This coffee comes from the Las Alasitas farm situated at the altitude of 1600 masl. The farm is run by the Rodriguez family. Their company Agricafe is trying to bring specialty coffee back to the country. They support a lot of farms around in order to replace coca farming. The Alasitas farm (which means "buy me" in the aboriginal language) is quite young. The family bought 20ha of land in 2014 in Caranavi region. Where they managed to build a processing station and a modern farm. They grow varieties of caturra, java and geisha.
This geisha was washed and anaerobically fermentated for 96 hours in stainless tanks. Cherries were dried for two days in innovative air dryers at the temperature of 40°C to the final moister content of 11.5%. We could see this new way of drying in Panama as well.
The best way to nejoy this coffee is with V60.
Hario V60-01 (ceramic)
420 Kč+ To cart