Bolivia Peaberry Coffee
Bolivia Peaberry Coffee is of the Caranavari variety produced from trees at very high volcanic mountain altitudes. Famous for its sweet-toned and soft aroma and with very pronounced sweet cocoa tones. The final result is an outstanding flavor of Bolivia Peaberry Coffee that is long, sweet, and cocoa-laced.
- Fairtrade Certified
- Kosher Certified
Flavor Notes: Sweet and Cocoa-Laced
Processing: Washed Process
Roast: Medium Roast
- Microlot Coffee
- pH: 5.1
- Peaberry Coffee- What is a Bolivia Peaberry Coffee? Peaberry coffee beans are unique and have a much richer flavor. They are only found in 5% of the crop and are removed manually. The flavor of the peaberry is of a finer quality than the rest of the crop and is desired by coffee connoisseurs.
- Single Origin Coffee
Bolivia Coffee History
There’s not a whole lot of information on the specifics of when coffee was first introduced to Bolivia. But coffee is believed to have first made its way to Bolivia sometime in the late 18th and early 19th century when it was still a Spanish colony. Post-colonialism, once Bolivia achieved independence in 1825, though, seems to be around the time that Bolivian coffee really took off, becoming a major crop in the country by the 1880’s.
Coffee production was relatively stagnant at the introduction of the crop until around 1920’s when agricultural infrastructure began to take root and create a bustling ecology for coffee growth within Bolivia. In the 1960’s when the Bolivian government started to give back land to indigenous farmers, coffee further proliferated through parts of the country that had previously not been farmed.
Bolivia has, unfortunately, dealt with extreme fluctuations in the price of coffee, which has cyclically led to many farmers ditching growing coffee in favor of crops that are slightly more stable and consistent, such as coca.
Various other countries, including the US, have recently invested heavily in helping develop the infrastructure of Bolivia’s coffee production by funding the construction of washing stations and other education programs in an effort to curb the production of coca plants.
While Bolivia isn’t the powerhouse of coffee production as its neighbors, Brazil and Colombia, it has steadily and increasingly been improving its coffee year after year. With much of Bolivia’s coffee cultivation coming from smallholder farms, we continue to see great and wonderful cups coming out of the country.
Bolivia Peaberry Coffee Taste Profile
Bolivia Peaberry coffee is quite a treat. A genetic mutation within the bean, the peaberry only occurs in approximately 5% of Bolivia’s entire coffee harvest and yields quite an interesting cup of coffee. Bolivia Peaberry coffee is known for its clean, bright cup with notes of jasmine citrus and green tea flavors.
Our Bolivia Peaberry coffee has a nice, sweet aroma with a creamy mouthfeel that will be the highlight of your morning. This one-of-a-kind peaberry coffee goes through a washed process that gives the cup a nice bright yet clean taste that is uniform all throughout.
Bolivia Peaberry Coffee Roast Process
We roast our Bolivia Peaberry Coffee to a city plus roast, which sits on a spectrum of light-to-medium so that the roast does not overpower the provenance of this truly wonderful cup of coffee. Our Bolivia Peaberry Coffee has a surprisingly delightful acidity that is not too overwhelming and is quite complimentary. Our artisanal technique and approach to roasting bring out the very best qualities of this Bolivia Peaberry Coffee that can pair well with any meal at any time of day.
Bolivia coffee as a standalone single origin from a handful of smallholder farms will brighten any morning with marvelous notes packed into this roast. Whether you’re familiar with Bolivia and South American coffee or this is your first foray into Bolivia’s wonderful offerings of coffee, we guarantee that you’ll love the way this smooth-tasting coffee perks up your coffee routine.