Clean as a whistle. Silly, milk punch mouthfeel - almost mousse-y. Light stone fruits of apricot and yellow plum, plus a toasted hazelnut backbone. Plus, chamomile aromatics.
This 2,400kg lot was produced by the influential Mamani Family in Uchumachi, a small and remote settlement 180 kilometres from La Paz in the heart of the Caranavi province. This region is the epicentre for specialty coffee production in Bolivia, with incredibly highelevations, rich soil, and wide daily temperature ranges providing the perfect conditions to produce exceptional coffee.
When the Mamani family first got into coffee, they would sell it to the local market as wet parchment - known locally as caf en mote. But over the last decade (since the arrival of the Cup of Excellence), the entire family has focused on producing specialty coffee. Now, they selectively pick their coffee cherries and sell their top-grade coffees for substantially higher prices to our longtime partners the Rodr guez family at Agricafe
Responsibly sourced by the excellent team at Melbourne Coffee Merchants.
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