The medium-bodied Bolivian coffee has been compared to Colombian coffee. It’s a South American country landlocked by by Peru and Chile to the West, Brazil to the North-West, and Argentina / Paraguay to the South.
Bolivia produces coffees at very high elevations – above 1,400 meters, which qualifies most of its coffee as Strictly High Grown (1,450 m+). It’s landlocked on all sides by Peru, Brazil, Argentina and Chila, and contains a portion of the Andes mountains. Quinoa has become a famous crop of Bolivia in recent years
The majority of coffee grown is Typica, with Caturra and some Catuai available. Major coffee growing regions include the Yungas, Santa Cruz, Cochabamba, Tarija, Beni and Pando, with over 90% of the coffee production coming from the Yungas.