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Guatemala Antigua


This coffee comes to us from small-holder producers in the Antigua Valley of Guatemala – the oldest and best-known coffee-growing region in the country. The Antigua valley is called “Panchoy” (“large lagoon”), a name from the indigenious Cachiquel tribe. The valley is encircled by three volcanoes: “Agua”, “Fuego” and “Acatenango”. Thanks to the rich volcanic soils, altitude, plentiful rain and sun, and consistent temperatures the beautiful valley enjoys, conditions there are quite ideal for growing a large amount of high-quality Arabica beans. This is the kind of coffee we drink all day. It is balanced and smooth, with elegant, citrus fruit notes that make your tongue dance.

  • Floral, bright, and citrusy. Silky smooth.
  • We liked this coffee with steeping methods: the immersion brewer and press pots produced memorable results. Also really nice as a Chemex or a siphon.
  • San Miguel Dueñas and San Antonio Aguas Calientes, Sacatepequez, Guatemala
  • Catuai, Bourbon
  • 1500-1700 meters
  • Washed
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  • Guatemala Antigua

  • Floral, juicy, silky body