Guatemalan Finca Rosario de Fatima – Single Origin Coffee – LIMITED EDITION

(24 customer reviews)

$18.00$67.00

These Guatemalan single origin coffee beans from the Finca Rosario de Fatima region are perfect for those who enjoy complex and sweet flavours with bright and juicy acidity.

Amazingly delicious beans that are roasted especially to deliver fruity upfront and orange acidity and a sweet maple finish with hints of milk chocolate and malt. Learn more…

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Description

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Ryd takes you through exactly what makes this coffee so special

These beans are sourced from the centre of a major coffee growing area, Finca Rosario De Fátima is hidden in the tropical valleys of Cobán, Guatemala! Surrounded by mountains covered with orchids, volcanos and cool temperatures from nearby oceans, this unique landscape gives the coffee a juicy fruit acidity with flavours of blood orange and nectarine, coupled with mandarin and brown sugar notes, all tied together with a sweet finish.

With an overall cupping score grade of 89, these beans have a similar sweetness to that of the Nicaraguan beans and are often interchangeable within a blend.

Guatemala is known for its specialty coffees with sweet flavoured nuances unique to the country. What makes it so unique is that the climate is so diverse with lots of high altitude farms, consistent rainfall and a good understanding and practice of coffee technology.

Tasting notes

Tasting Notes: Vibrant citrus acidity, with notes of vibrant mandarin,  nectarine and brown sugar.

Best for: Everything

Body: Full and heavy
Acidity: Medium – high
Roast: Medium
Variety: Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai

Process: Washed

Region: Alta Verapaz

Quality Score: 89

Great in
Great in

Everything

Roast type
Roast type

Medium

Roaster
Roaster

Mars Dimackie

Body
Body

Full

Acidity
Acidity

Balanced, Citrus

Reviews

24 reviews for Guatemalan Finca Rosario de Fatima – Single Origin Coffee – LIMITED EDITION

  1. Luke Maloney (verified owner)

    Great taste. Doesn’t beat the caramelo though

  2. petergrasshopper (verified owner)

    Guatemalan Single Origin is my new favourite for my manual (flair) expresso maker.
    This just beats PNG Single Origin, which has been my favourite for the last couple of years, and is well ahead of Brasilian and Wild Columbian for a cup of manually-made expresso.

  3. Josh (verified owner)

    Great coffee. Was my first try and loved it. coming back for more.

  4. chellbysmum

    My husbands favorite out of the sampler, we’ll definitely get the larger version of this next time

  5. reneephilly14 (verified owner)

    Love these beans! Rich and smooth coffee. Highly recommend this particular set of beans plus I loved watching the video about these beans as it’s always good to know where your coffee comes from. Can’t wait to try the others!

  6. Rachael Page (verified owner)

    Definitely one of my favourite coffees. So smooth, sweet and rich!

  7. Jon Gravning (verified owner)

    I drink this primarily as an espresso and absolutely love the rich, smooth taste. This has become one of my favourites!

  8. Marina (verified owner)

    One of the best coffees for a strong cup of Turkish in the morning: strong but smooth, wakes me up and lifts my mood! Nearly fife stars, just needs a bit more depth.

  9. Robert (verified owner)

    All rounder, rich, full body with good acidity.

  10. Robert (verified owner)

    My go to coffee if I want a quick fix. All rounder, rich, full body with good acidity.

  11. Adam (verified owner)

    This is my go to coffee when the organic version is not in stock. Can’t fault it for my cappuccino.

  12. Martin (verified owner)

    South American beans generally appeal to my palate. This was no exception with it’s rich and fruity undertones. I’ve enjoyed this in a range of different brew methods and with or without milk – highly enjoyed and recommended.

  13. adam-andreucci (verified owner)

    Smooth and absolutely delicious. I find that this pairs really well with a mix of heavy cream and milk. It also tastes wonderful without the edition of sweeteners or dairy.

  14. Silvano (verified owner)

    I love the Guatemalan coffee from CBD. Beautiful, strong coffee that always satisfies. I enjoy equally as a long black or as a bonsoy flat white. Gets a great crema and leaves me with that good feeling of ‘Aahhh coffee my delicious friend’. Would highly recommend the Guatemalan (and equally the Nicaraguan) for a powerful coffee that also has great flavour.

  15. Nestor Angelo (verified owner)

    This coffee is amazing! Has a hint of fruit in it. This is my new favorite, I used to always get the Nicaraguan but this is just a whole new level!

  16. Christopher Hale (verified owner)

    One of the best coffees I’ve purchased for my cappacinnos at home, has the needed strong taste.

  17. Brendan (verified owner)

    Delish tasting and aesthetically pleasing!!

  18. Dimitri Psihogios (verified owner)

    Good

  19. Jacqui (verified owner)

    Loved this bean for my lattes. Definitely better than most coffees from cafes..

  20. Shaun Waters (verified owner)

    Strong, rich, smooth and complex with a beautiful coffee bean aroma that translates into the coffee taste experience. Excellent coffee, would be 5 stars, but still looking for that “brewed on date” and a resealable bag such that I can get the best out of managing the quality of my coffee.

  21. Andrew (verified owner)

    Love this coffee. It’s really smooth, and has great strength in my flat white coffee, this is the closest bean to making me believe my home made coffee could have come from a cafe. Definitely highly recommend!

  22. Joe (verified owner)

    Really enjoyed the strength of this coffee especially with milk based coffees.

  23. shaunboer (verified owner)

    I think this may become my go-to order! So smooth and delicious

  24. Tom (verified owner)

    Rapidly becoming one of my favourite coffees from this site! Excellent as an espresso.

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