Did you know coffee was grown in Bolivia? Me neither, until recently. Apparently, it is pretty hard to source (although I was able to do it) because all the prime real estate for growing coffee is used to grow cocaine. Life is funny. This seasonal release is grown on the rainy side of the Andes Mountains by the Bio Arabica Co-op. It is very similar to a Peru in taste... milk chocolate, sweet, etc. Not sure when I will have this is stock again, so get your bag now.
Milk Chocolate, Cocoa, Salted Cashews, Sweet Roast: Medium/Dark Acidity: Medium Body: Medium Finish: Clean
Country: Bolivia Region: Yungus Producer: Bio Arabica Co-op Variety: Typica Process: NA Altitude: NA