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Black Forest Cake | brandy | Plum |

Monogram - Los Rodriguez - Espresso

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A signature blend of Bolivian coffee, this unique espresso has notes of plumb, black forest cake and brandy to make it a rich, flavorful cup of coffee.

It comes from Caranavi, Bolivia and is owned by the Rodriguez family. The Rodriguez family have been in the specialty coffee industry since 1986. Pioneering the way for many other Bolivian farmers, the Rodriguez's have dedicated their lives to producing the best coffee they can. They are constantly learning and innovating, always looking for new ways to produce a better cup of coffee. They have spent years cultivating their processing techniques and it is very evident in the cup. This coffee, processed as a coco natural, is a collection harvested from their family farms including both caturra and java varieties.

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Caturra, Java 


Caranavi [table-row] Producer 



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