The cooperative Pro Agro is spread out around the Caranavi valley, state of La Paz, Bolivia. The cooperative was formed in 1997, and is now made up of about 300 members/families. In addition to handling coffee, Union Pro Agro has a social mission to help its producers develop, and currently the cooperative has helped facilitate the registration of women farmers, wives and widows, in order to obtain the deeds to the land in their own names.
Each individual coffee is roasted in a micro roastery according to slow roast principles. Grower's cup actively seek to highlight the unique characteristics of each coffee.
This coffee has a nice aroma with a delightful sweet hint of marzipan. The taste reminds of dark chocolate, which makes the coffee rich and strong.
This coffee has a wonderful sweet aroma, low acidity, and a pleasant taste of dried cherries and chocolate.
This coffee is roasted darker than what Grower's Cup usually does, in order to achieve a powerful body. Therefore, this coffee is to the coffee lover who prefers a strong cup of coffee. The coffee has a rich taste with nuances of nuts and dark chocolate.