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Jasmine, Pineapple, Orange Puree & Red Cherries.
About this Specialty Coffee
As storytellers with a penchant for tales of grit, resilience, and innovation, we are continually in search of narratives that embody the strength of human spirit. One such tale unfolded in the mountainous landscapes of Bolivia, where the coffee industry has been teetering on the brink of extinction over the last 15 years. Amidst this seeming despair emerged the tenacious Rodriguez family, rooted in a decade of coffee farming legacy, armed with a mission to revive Bolivia’s coffee cultivation heritage.
With their unwavering determination, the Rodriguez family embarked on a journey to acquire numerous small farms nestled within the towering Andes, boasting altitudes of over 2,000 meters above sea level. Their holdings now span seven distinct farms or lots situated within the Caranavi and Samaipata regions of Bolivia.
Their farming operations are as diverse as they are expansive, with each farm cultivating a unique assortment of coffee varieties. From Caturra to Catuai, vibrant hues of red, yellow, and orange Bourbon, the internationally acclaimed Geisha, the substantial Pacamara, to the rare Java, their repertoire showcases a rich tapestry of flavors and characteristics.
What truly sets the Rodriguez family apart is their tireless pursuit of elevating the quality of Bolivian Specialty Coffee. With dedicated demonstration plots that serve as training grounds, they actively educate other Bolivian farmers through an initiative known as Sol de Mañana. Here, they impart knowledge on practices aimed at boosting yields and enhancing quality, nurturing a community of skilled and informed coffee cultivators.
The tale of the Rodriguez family is one of boundless inspiration, a beacon lighting the way for Bolivia's coffee cultivation heritage. Their unyielding commitment and diligent endeavors reflect the potent force of the human spirit in overcoming adversity. As we immerse ourselves in their compelling story, we can't help but feel a renewed reverence for the transformative power of dedication, hard work, and an unwavering love for coffee.
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