Located in Bolivia's Caranavi region, specifically Manco Kapac, the farm is nestled amidst native shade trees, fostering a harmonious ecosystem while yielding citrus fruits, oranges, yuca, bananas, and supporting chicken rearing and forest growth.
Manco Kapac, situated in the heart of Bolivia's coffee capital within the lush Yungas forests is blessed with dual climates, and the most fertile soil, which makes it the hub of Bolivian coffee production. It is famous for the Death Road, connecting the Andes Mountains to the Amazon rainforest. Despite the challenging journey, all coffee from the region travels this road for processing and export from La Paz.
After a natural processing method, the coffee undergoes careful drying on raised beds and is finished in a raised dryer, enhancing its unique flavor profile.