Bolivia Caranavi Los Rodriguez La Llama
JWC Roastery

Bolivia Caranavi Los Rodriguez La Llama

RM80.00

Tasting Note : Rum raisin. Cherry. Plum / Guava. Black Tea

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Size Guide
EACH BREWING METHOD GRIND SIZE REFERENCE 
BREWING
METHOD
BREW
TIME
COFFEE TO
WATER RATIO
BOTTOM-TOP
SIEVE
Pour Over 3:40 min 1:16 400 - 800 µm
French Press 10:00 min 1:13 600 - 1000 µm
AeroPress 2:20 min 1:15 500 - 900 µm
Moka Pot 1:30 min 1:11 350 - 700 µm
Drip Brewer N/A 1:17 400 - 900 µm
Espresso 0:26 min 1:2 250 - 500 µm
Cold Brew 16 hours 1:10 600 - 1100 µm
Syphon 1:40 min 1:15 400 - 800 µm

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  1. Coarse:
    • Coarse grinds are chunky pieces of coffee beans, similar to coarse sea salt
  2. Medium-Coarse:
    • Saddling between coarse and medium, this grind looks like rough sand
  3. Medium:
    • The middle of all grind sizes, medium grounds are similar to the consistency of sand
  4. Medium-Fine:
    • The medium-fine grind is a staple grind size, with texture like table salt
  5. Fine:
    • Finer than table salt, fine grind is typically the size of most pre-ground coffee
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Rum raisin. Cherry. Plum / Guava. Black Tea

Variety Java
Processing Natural
Region Caranavi
Altitude 1650masl
Roast Level Medium Roast
Tasting Notes Rum raisin. Cherry. Plum / Guava. Black Tea
Quantity 200g

About this coffee :

La Llama is named after the llama, Bolivia most emblematic animal which they have seen when Agricafe first exploring the La Llama farmland. This farm is one of the highest altitude farm of Agricafe, 1650m above sea level and located in Caranavi. Beside the Java, La Llama also planted other variety and cultivar like Gesha, Caturra, SL28 & SL34. The vision for the farm was to show local producers what can be accomplished with modern agricultural practices and prove that new coffee can be planted alongside older coffee plants.

Long considered a relative of the Typica, the Java is actually an Ethiopian landrace variety, which explains the exotic fruit and unique character of this coffee! This variety is well suited to Bolivia's unique terroir and it is always one of our favorites on the cupping table.

When we first tasted this coffee, we discovered that it has a similar floral and citrus characteristics of the classic Gesha. And because of the unique Coco-natural process, cherry was rapidly dried with the machine dryer and avoided the chance of over-ferementation, which produced a very clean natural coffee with a complex tropical fruit and berry-like cup profile.

This coffee has a very vibrance acidity which always found in Bolivian coffee, balance with very good sweetness and tactile sensation in the cup.

Product Details

RB40030C2
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Data sheet

Country
Bolivia
Roasting Level
Light
Available Pack Quantity
200G
Processing Method
Natural

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