Nectarine, Orange, Black Tea
This farm, established in 2016, belongs to the Rodriguez family. With a lifetime of experience exporting Bolivian coffee, Pedro Rodriguez decided to turn his hand to farming as well and the results are excellent.
Recognised internationally as at the forefront of a bringing Bolivian coffees to a wider audience and working towards a sustainable industry, Pedro has had a huge impact, but it’s also his children – Daniela and Pedro Pablo – who have helped make the vision a reality.
Waliki takes its name from the local Aymara language, a frequently heard phrase which works as both greeting and reply among the close communities. The farm is planted with a range of unusual varietal including this one, Longberry.
There's a juicy flavour profile of nectarine and orange, with brown sugar notes and delicate black tea aftertaste.
- Region: Caranavi
- Producer: Fincas Los Rodriguez
- Variety: Longberry
- Process: Washed Anaerobic
- Altitude: 1,650 masl
- Harvest: August 2020