foglia organic

Welcome to the home of Foglia Organic. Foglia Organic is a ‘single origin’ coffee from plantations in Bolivia.
 

With environmental issues becoming more important to today’s general public, as well as the potential direct impact chemicals can have both on the environment and the taste of coffee, we have introduced Foglia Organic to give the consumer a different choice.

For us, organic coffee is not only about taste and health implications, it is about protecting the environment and long-term sustainability. Through the various certification programmes, we are able to ensure that Foglia Organic is an environmentally and socially responsible brand.

Using Fairtrade coffee, the producers are guaranteed a fair, stable price, and the communities are assisted through the building of better roads, schools and hospitals. This ensures that everyone involved in supplying our coffee receives decent wages, dignified living conditions, have access to education and health care, are free from child labour and most of all, are sustainable in the long-term.

For us, organic coffee is not only about taste and health implications, it is about protecting the environment and long-term sustainability.

Foglia Organic is a ‘single origin’ coffee from plantations in Bolivia. We use beans certified by Fair-trade as having been grown organically and in harmony with the environment. The plantations are worked without the use of pesticides, additives, Genetically Modified (GM) products, chemical herbicides or fertilizers. Thus giving the most natural taste a coffee could have. 

tasting profile

ORIGIN | Bolivia


ROAST | Dark


AROMA | Slightly toasty aroma


FLAVOUR | Caramel toasty taste, with a pleasant touch of acidity


ACIDITY | Nicely moderate


BODY | Delicate and light


LINGERING PALATE | Very subtle floral flavour

bolivian origin

Bolivia is officially known as Plurinational State of Bolivia. Situated in central South America, it is a country that is entirely enclosed by land. Bolivia has three major geographic regions: the mountainous highlands, the semitropical temperate valleys and the tropical lowlands. These provided the country plenty of altitude, fertile soil, and a consistent rainy season, which are all the components necessary to be a high-quality coffee producer.
 
Most of the coffee productions in Bolivia are traditional organic farming practice, with a lot of the co-ops certified organic and some Fair Trade also. This resulted in the small amount of harvest and export, yet allows the coffee to remain of its high standard.