The Finca La Llama Coffee Farm
Finca La Llama is a coffee manor located in Bolivia named after the cute national animal Llama. The Finca La Llama was originally an old coffee farm already been cultivated for fifth-teen years named Puerto de Cuelo before it's owned by the Rodriguez family.
The farm sits in the Caranavi region with the highest elevation in the region of 1650 m – 1,750 m above sea level, growing Geisha, Yellow Caturra, SL 28, SL 34, Bourbon, Batian, Ethiosar and Java in their farm. The Rodriguez family grow these renovate and remodel variations with an intention of demonstrating to the country this new coffee agricultural concept, having new coffee plantation on an older coffee growing area and to motivate the industry to renovate the ageing coffee-growing areas of the country.
Palicoffee is honored to present you our roast of Bolivia La Llama Java Natural, with the taste note of apricot, pineapple, orange, mango and winey.