Bolivia is one of the more difficult regions to source great coffees from, as cooperative politics and a general lack of production are tricky to navigate. This lot is sourced through an import partner who have a good relationship with this particular coopertive in Caranavi who have proven most adept at procuring good cherry and processing it cleanly. This is a small-producer blend from the Calama and Nogalani Villages in Caranavi region. The coffee is processed at the Bio Arabica cooperative (Cooperativa Agropecuaria “BIO ARABICA” R.L.) mill in Caranavi. Their quality-focused effort includes Organic training and certification for their 45 farmer members, and Fair Trade certification at the coop level. The average farm size is less than 10 hectares, and coffee is growing at altitudes ranging from 1250 to 1850 meters above sea level.