Rainforest Coban

Cultivated under the tropical influences of the Atlantic Basin in limestone and clay enriched soil, coffee from the Rainforest Cobán has a distinctive fresh fruit mark, well-balanced body and delightful aroma. It’ll be love at first taste when you try any of our coffees.

Region: Rainforest Coban Cup Characteristics: Very Aromatic. Well balanced with fresh fruit flavor. Its body is fine and well balanced. Altitude: 4,300-500 ft (1,300-1,700mts) Soil: Limestone and Clay Major Microclimate Influence: Atlantic Ocean Annual Rainfall: 120-160inches inches (3,000-4,000mm) Ave. Temp: 59-86 Degrees F (15-20 Degrees C) Low/How Humidity: 85-95% Drying Process: Dryer Type of Share: Inga Varieties: Bourbon, Maragogype, Catuai, Caturra, Pache Harvest Season: December/March

Traditional Atitlan

Grown along the slopes of the dramatic volcanoes dominating the shores of Lake Atitlán in soil rich in organic matter, coffee from the Atitlán region is wonderfully aromatic with a bright citrus acidity and fully body present in each of our coffees.

Region: Traditional Atitlan Cup Characteristics: Intense and delicate. Pronounced and crisp acidity with a pleasant fruit note. Full and good body. Altitude: 5,000-5,600ft (1,500-1,700mts) Soil: Volcanic Major Microclimate Influence: Large Cater Lake Annual Rainfall: 72-92 inches (1,800-2,300mm) Ave. Temp: 68-73 Degrees F (18-22 Degrees C) Low/How Humidity: 75-85% Drying Process: Sun Dryed on Patios Type of Share: Gravilea & Inga Varieties: Bourbon, Tpyica, Caturra, Catuai Harvest Season: December/March

Acatenango Valley

The Acatenango Valley produces coffee with an aromatic aroma, balanced body, and sweet clean finish. Frequent eruptions from the nearby Fuego volcano keep the coarse, sandy soils full of minerals enhancing the acidity of the beans, a difference you can taste in all of our coffees


Region: Antigua Coffee Cup Characteristics: Elegant and fine aroma. Fine and pronunced acidity. Full, delicate, and well balanced body. Smooth and elecant. Altitude: 5,000-5,600 ft (1,500-1,700 mts) Soil: Volcanic with Pumice Major Microclimate Influence: Enclosed Valley Annual Rainfall: 32-48 inches (800-1,200 mm) Ave. Temp: 64-72 Degrees F (18-22 Degrees C) Low/How Humidity: 65% (Constant) Drying Process: Sun Dryed on Patios Type of Share: Gravilea Varieties: Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai Harvest Season: January/Mid-March

With help from Fuego volcano adding fresh dustings of mineral-rich ash to the valley, the low humidity, intense sun, and cool nights of the Antigua region produces beans that are elegant and well balanced with a rich aroma and taste you will love every time you brew our coffees.

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