Bolivia Caranavi Valley


The women of the Café Femenino Bolivia Program have improved their livelihoods, future prospects and the health of their families through speciality coffee. In 2009, they separated their coffee production from the men’s and Cafe Femenino was born.

This coffee ticks all the certification boxes: fairtrade, organic and from an all female co-op

The coffee is creamy like cocoa and almond with a medium body with a  muscovado sweetness balanced with a light plum, red apple and citrus acidity.

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The varietals are Caturra and la Criolla grown between 1,100 - 1,750 meters above sea level.


Cupping score of 83.75 (SCA)

The Union Pro-Agro cooperative is spread out around the Caranavi valley, in the state of La Paz, Bolivia. Formed in 1997, and today boasting over 300 members from 10 rural communities. Within the co-op 42 women farmers, wives and widows, control the production of this Café Femenino coffee. In Bolivia women were very rarely considered landowners, but this women now have legal ownership of 88 hectares of prime coffee terroir.

Fully washed and processed at the Prorassa mill.


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