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Small Batch Guatemalan Coffee Beans

Single-Region Origin

Support and Connect to the Indigenous Mayan Farmers

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Guatemala is a small country (about the size of Tennessee) which produces some of the world's best coffee. Guatemala has 300 micro-climates, most of which have rich, volcanic soil that enable it to grow a wide variety of Arabica coffee plants.

It is also the first origin country to differentiate and amplify coffee growing regions. Each region has its own micro-climate, soil profile, elevation and more. This allows the coffee lover to be able to detect and enjoy the concentrated and specific notes of each region.

There are several main coffee regions of Guatemala that produce strictly hard beans (SHB), which are beans that are slowly cultivated at very high elevations: Antigua, Acatenango, Atitlán, Cobán, Huehuetenango, San Marcos & Nuevo Oriente. With our life-long expertise from being born, raised, traveling and working in Guatemala and around coffee growing regions, we are thrilled to offer you our tried-and-true favorites.

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"Coffee has always tasted bitter and like ash to me and my first trip to a Guatemalan coffee farm changed that experience. As a strict milky tea drinker, I could actually enjoy this coffee black. However, living in a small town in the U.S., the availability for really fresh Guatemalan coffee isn't here-- until now"
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