Caliber Bolivia Fausto Machaca Beans Bag/340 g
Caliber Coffee Roasters is a micro coffee roaster in Regina, Saskatchewan. Enjoy freshly roasted beans from a local Canadian business!
Roast: Medium | Notes: Plum + Nougat + Almond
From the Caliber Roast Master:
Coffee was introduced to land-locked Boliva around the time of independence from Spain in 1825. Production was limited to the Yungas region—a fertile & tropical area bordering the high-altitude eastern slopes of the Bolivian Andes. Bolivia’s Agrarian Revolution in the 1950s gave rise to a wave of migration & specialty coffee to this region.
Today, coffee production has federal government funding & support which fuels knowledge for the farmers & provides logistical support for moving their coffee to international markets, all while protecting quality & traceability.
Fausto Machaca & his family have been growing coffee on a small farm in the Yungas region for 50 years. Fausto harvests the cherry then de-pulps, ferments, washes, & dries the beans on patios & raised beds to produce an exceptional green coffee. I roasted this coffee to a medium to feature the bright plum notes followed by a medley of nougat & almond resulting in a sweet & complex coffee.