Bolivia - a diverse and beautiful tapestry of climates, cultures, food, and people. Coffee production takes place mostly in the Andes mountains, and is quite modest in volume compared to other, more familiar South American coffee origins. Over the past decades, coffee production volumes have taken another hit as Central and South America struggled with another wave of Coffee Rust disease and farmers opting to plant and produce the more lucrative coca plants.
In 2012, with the fate of Bolivian Coffee production in peril, AGRICAFE founder and CEO Pedro Rodriguez bought his first plot of land to grow coffee. 10 years and 12 farms later, AGRICAFE is a clear leader in their aim to promote and elevate the quality of the Bolivian specialty coffee production scene. In 2019 they won the Sustainability Award from the Specialty Coffee Association. Sol de la Manana is a community lot made of small shareholder farms. This coffee has a distinctive & crisp taste in the cup. An exotic, yet classic coffee all at once. This coffee experience starts with the subtle aroma of amaretto, leading into a pleasant first sip, revealing a balanced, chocolatey brew, with hints of tropical lychee, a well-rounded sweetness, and a silky smooth finish. We consider ourselves very fortunate to work with Agricafe and to bring these world class coffees to you, our Vigilante Familia.
VarietalsCaturra, Catuai, and Typica
Amaretto Aroma Lychee Well Balanced Medium Body Mild Citrus Acidity Smooth Finish