Grown between 1400 – 1700 metres on a microlot farm in the Antigua region, these Caturra varietal beans have delicious cherry and floral tasting notes due to the rich, volcanic soil in the area. They have a well-balanced body, with medium-high acidity that gives a sweet, clean finish. A delight to drink.
With an overall cupping score grade of 80, these beans have a similar sweetness to that of the Nicaraguan beans and are often interchangeable within a blend.
Guatemala is well 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 rich history of coffee growing and technology.