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Seb: Hello and welcome to The Weekly from Timely Coffees. My name is Seb, I'm one of the co-founders here and this is a video series we use to talk about different copies we're releasing for subscribers here at time. So the coffee you're receiving this week, if you're a subscriber, is from the Rodriguez family in Bolivia. So this coffee is from one of the countries where we get very few coffees throughout the year. They kind of pick and process coffee all during one harvest in Bolivia, and it's all available within a few months here in Australia. And this makes Bolivian coffee kind of interesting because you don't see very much of it. Also on the speciality market, you might see more of it than you see in kind of other categories like commodity coffees. But generally, you know, it's something that's really interesting when it comes around in that time of the year. And, you know, we really like to get a few different lots and really see what Bolivia has got to offer year on year. This coffee's really interesting as well, because the the people that grow coffee on the seven farms that make up this lot when the coffee is actually processed and dried, this is something that Georgia told me. It's actually dried on something called a stationery stationery box. So it's actually laid out. And then a hot air current is actually directed up through the coffee to create a nice drying process for the coffee itself, which makes something that's pretty, pretty uniform and also pretty interesting and different in terms of coffee production. So this is the coffee you're going to be receiving this week if you're a subscriber or if you're not yet a subscriber and you want to become one, this will be your free first instalment. Thanks very much and I'll see you next week. Gross.