Nutty Dark Chocolate and Caramel, Hint of Tobacco Leaf
Quietly nestled in a valley in-between three volcanos is Antigua, the Southern coast of Guatemala: widely considered to be one of the top coffee growing regions in South America.
A steady temperature between 18 and 21°C with plenty of sunlight and rainfall, a reliable weather pattern ensures the high quality.
The rich volcanic soil further adds up to a coffee growing paradise, producing complex coffee beans with special characters that are unique to anywhere else on the continent.
Lively sweet acidity reminds you of dried berries especially when temperature cools to room temperature. Light body with sweet caramel aftertaste.
Nuts and dark chocolate notes dominate over a very smooth, light-bodied brew. Hints of lemon zest in the finish when it cools down a bit.
Very smooth but medium to light body remained with hint of characteristic sweet hay flavour. The strong dark chocolate lingers with roasted nut finish.
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All of our coffees come whole bean. We know it’s inconvenient but once ground, coffee sheds its flavour fast. If you care enough about coffee to get freshly roasted beans, then you owe yourself a good burr grinder.