27 Apr '15, 7am

Caught up on the vlog on my latest @hasbean coffee: Bolivia Copacabana Washed Caturra Vincent Paye. | In My Mug

Caught up on the vlog on my latest @hasbean coffee: Bolivia Copacabana Washed Caturra Vincent Paye. | In My Mug

We have had this coffee before but last time the lot was produced by various smallholder farmers from the small town of Copacabana, which lies about 180km from La Paz in the heart of the Caranavi coffee producing region. This time it comes from one individual, called Vincent Paye who has been working hard to produce great coffee, and in fact is a beacon of hope in this tough growing region. This is a lush and fertile region, whose steep slopes and valleys provide excellent conditions for growing specialty coffee, as well as supporting a diverse range of native flora and fauna, with rich volcanic soils and regular rainfall. The colony of Copacabana has a collection of small farms that are around 5 hectares each (Vincent has 10), and range over an altitude of 1,300 to 1,600 metres, benefiting from an average annual temperature of between 15 and 26°C. This lot comes from a fa...

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