Coffee Guatemala in Tin 200g

Our Guatemala coffee is currently on back order as roasting it again week before Christmas.

Apologies, our black tins will be available again at the beginning of 2021. Hope you enjoy our festive gold tins.

A wonderful vivacity reminiscent of Huehuetenango coffees, with an intermediate body and a very aromatic profile having notes of white flowers and exotic fruit.

Order now with choice of grind and quick delivery.

Full-bodied
Medium intensity
Medium acidity
Aroma – fruity, sweet

Coffee Guatemala in Tin 200g

14.00 

Our Guatemala coffee is currently on back order as roasting it again week before Christmas.

Apologies, our black tins will be available again at the beginning of 2021. Hope you enjoy our festive gold tins.

A wonderful vivacity reminiscent of Huehuetenango coffees, with an intermediate body and a very aromatic profile having notes of white flowers and exotic fruit.

Order now with choice of grind and quick delivery.

Full-bodied
Medium intensity
Medium acidity
Aroma – fruity, sweet

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  • This coffee is produced at the Pampojila farm, not far from the Atitlan volcano. The plantation benefits from a rich volcanic soil, which is a considerable asset for cultivating coffee trees. All are grown according to responsible, sustainable and socially viable production practices.

    This elegant tin makes a great gift for the coffee lover in your life, and in your kitchen!

  • Weight .400 kg
    Choose Grind …

    grind: whole coffee beans (I love grinding them), grind: coarse 6.5 (drip, Chemex, Vario V60), grind: medium 5.5 (French Press), grind: fine 4.5 (Espresso, Aeropress)

  • About Guatemala Coffee

    Gautemala coffee from the Atitlan region is mainly harvested on the side of the Pacific in a region of three volcanic mountains with a high precipitation.  Most regional producers use water from the lake for wet processing and instead of chemicals, organic matter is often used as a fertilizer.  The high altitude (4,000-5,900 feet) results in a low occurrence of pests and diseases. The humidity in this area is high, hovering around 70-80%.  Drying takes place almost totally in the sun.

    Our Guatemala coffee beans are sourced from the Pampojila farm, owned by Alex Herrera, who bought the farm despite the facilities being completely destroyed during the Agatha storm in 2012. He not only restored the farm, but by beginning production again, he also restored jobs for about one hundred local families. He has 250 hectares of Caturra coffee trees planted at an altitude of between 1,470 and 1,720 metres and another 250 hectares kept as a nature reserve.

  • Why drink Arabica coffee

    Coffee Arabica is a species of Coffee originally indigenous to the forests of the southwestern highlands of Ethiopia. It is also known as the “coffee shrub of Arabia”, “mountain coffee”, or “arabica coffee”.Arabica is believed to be the first species of coffee to be cultivated, and is by far the dominant cultivar, representing some 75% of global production. 

    The other 25% is produced with the less acidic, more bitter, and more highly caffeinated Robusta bean.

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