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Guatemala Los Dos Socios

Coffee waterfall in the rainforest

This single farm, single producer coffee comes to us from Huehuetenango, located in Northwest Guatemala – the last stop on the Pan American Highway before the border of Mexico. The region’s high elevations and warm winds create an ideal environment for growing specialty coffee beans.

Farmers here are dedicated. In the wee hours of the morning, they load up their coffees and set out on a 4+ hour drive down the mountains to the city. One of the higher points of Huehuetenango, La Libertad sits at 1720 meters above sea level. This is where Don Concepcion Villatoro Matias purchased his farm in 1990. The entire farm is roughly seventeen acres, each with just 226 coffee trees.

The name ‘Los Dos Socios’, or ‘the two associates’, refers to his relationship with God as the associate supporting his farm.

  • Sweet and floral with hints of dark chocolate and melon
  • This coffee will shine in any preparation. Filter methods like the v60 pour over or Chemex will highlight the coffee’s floral, clean flavors. Steeping in a press pot gives a juicy, complex cup. We loved it every way we tried it!
  • El Chalum, La Libertad, Huehuetenango, Guatemala
  • Caturra, Pacamara, Pache
  • 1700m
  • Fully washed. Coffees are picked and depulped the same day, then fermented dry for 18–24 hours before being washed three times laid on patios and nylon tarps to dry for 3.5–6 days, weather depending.

  • Preferred Brewing Methods

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  • Coffee Roast
  • Profile
  • Pourover
  • Clever
  • Chemex
  • Aeropress
  • French Press
  • Espresso
  • Syphon
  • Guatemala Los Dos Socios

  • Sweet and floral with hints of dark chocolate and melon
  • Highlights the coffee’s floral, clean flavors
  • Highlights the coffee’s floral, clean flavors
  • A juicy, complex cup