ALTITUDE: 1200-1616 M
PROCESS: Fully Washed and Sun Dried
SOIL: Volcanic Loam
Surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of Antigua, Guatemala, our smallholder coffee farmers work tirelessly to cultivate exceptional coffee beans. Each farm is owned and managed by dedicated families who embrace sustainable and ethical farming practices. The region's volcanic loam soil offers a wealth of nutrients, allowing our farmers to minimize their use of fertilizers and prioritize natural, organic materials.
Our Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, and Typica coffee varieties are grown at altitudes ranging from 1200 to 1616 meters, ensuring optimal conditions for the development of distinct and complex flavors. The beans are carefully hand-picked, fully washed, and sun-dried, preserving their unique tasting profile and highlighting their exceptional quality.
CUPPING NOTES: Experience the delightful fusion of dark chocolate, bright fruit, and butterscotch, as they come together to create a truly unforgettable cup. The distinct flavors and rich aroma of our Antigua Guatemala coffee are a testament to the dedication and passion of our smallholder farmers and their commitment to sustainability and ethical practices.