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Bolivia - Finca Rosita

tangerine, champurrado, bananas foster

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Tangerine, Champurrado, Bananas Foster

Limited Time Offering  - For Greater Goods’ first Bolivia release ever (!), we have selected an exquisite washed Java lot from the slopes of the Andes mountains. After years of availability issues, Bolivian coffee is back in a big way in 2024. This unique Java lot stood out to us as the perfect balance of acidic expression and sweetness. This cup provides the sweetness of a warm mug of champurrado with a side dish of bananas foster, finishing up with a burst of fresh tangerine. We could not be more excited to feature a Bolivian coffee this season and hope to do so for years to come.

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Producer Illimani Community
Region Caranavi
Process Washed
Elevation 1350-1740 masl
Variety Java

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Finca Rosita is located in the Illimani community in the gorgeous region of Caranavi, Bolivia. The farm covers 32 hectares, solely dedicated to coffee cultivation. Finca Rosita grows a variety of coffee varieties, including Java, Catuai, Geisha, Typica, and Pink Bourbon, all carefully tended under ideal conditions provided by the farm and its microclimate. 

The farm is named in honor of the memory of the matriarch of the Valverde-Aramayo family, Rosa Angelica Aramayo.

The community of Illimani is located near the base of the snow-capped mountain that also bears the Illimani name ("where the sun rises" in Aymara). With a height of 6,462 masl, this mountain is made up of 4 peaks and is the second highest mountain in the Bolivian Andes.

The vegetation changes rapidly, from large plantations of potatoes and quinoa to many hectares of coffee, plantain, yucca and others. These and other peculiarities of the Andean terrain create the complexity and differentiation of the Bolivian coffee.




tangerine, champurrado, bananas foster

The farm is named in honor of the memory of the matriarch of the Valverde-Aramayo family, Rosa Angelica Aramayo.

The community of Illimani is located near the base of the snow-capped mountain that also bears the Illimani name ("where the sun rises" in Aymara). With a height of 6,462 masl, this mountain is made up of 4 peaks and is the second highest mountain in the Bolivian Andes.

The vegetation changes rapidly, from large plantations of potatoes and quinoa to many hectares of coffee, plantain, yucca and others. These and other peculiarities of the Andean terrain create the complexity and differentiation of the Bolivian coffee.

This coffee supports Austin Pets Alive!

tangerine, champurrado, bananas foster

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