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    Bolivia, Juana Mamani Drip Bags (8 Pack)

    Tasting Notes: Macadamia, candied orange & red apple

    Country: Bolivia
    Province: Caranavi
    Colony: Caranavi
    Altitude: 1,500-1,670m above sea level
    Variety: Caturra
    Processing: Washed
    Producer: Juana and Juan Mamani

    Drip bags, pioneered by Japan in the 90s, are a great alternative to instant coffee. However, unlike instant coffee, drip bags don't compromise on the the rich flavour and mouthfeel of your favourite specialty coffee, making it the perfect solution to your quick and easy on-the-go coffee needs!

    Extremely easy to brew, ready in 5 minutes and immaculate taste—what more could you want? 


    This rich, syrupy Bolivian coffee was processed by the dynamic team of Juana and Juan Carlos Mamani, a family renown throughout the region for the coffee they grow and the impact they’ve had on specialty coffee production within their community.

    Juana and Juan are members of one of the most influential coffee farming families in Bolivia. Mamani is a very common name throughout Bolivia, but in this case, we refer to family members Mauricio, Nolberto, René, and of course, Juana and Juan.

    When Juana and the extended Mamani family first got into coffee, they would sell it to the local market as wet parchment – known locally as café en mote. But over the last decade, the entire family has focused on producing specialty coffee. At 23, Juana went on to win second place in Bolivia’s Cup of Excellence 2007 with a score of 90.78. They have been working closely with their neighbours to institute better agricultural practices to improve coffee quality around the settlement of Uchumachi, where they are based. The family processes their coffee at their own wet-milling and drying before selling the coffee in parchment to our export partners, Agricafe.