La Bolsa, so named for the bag-shaped topography that the farm sits in, was purchased by Dr. Jorge Vides M.D., in 1958. With great elevation and a small river running through the property, the land is ideal for growing and processing coffee. Dr. Vides highly valued the health of his employees, and implemented a number of programs to ensure it, before he passed away in 1995. The farm is now managed by his daughter, María Elena Vides. Just out of the oven, apple crumble is a nearly-perfect food. But we’re on the move, and this delicious dessert is not portable. Coffee, however, is wonderfully ready to be transported, and with its nutty sweetness and crisp red apple flavors, this will hit the spot.