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Antigua Guatemala, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is renowned for producing exceptional 100% Arabica coffee. Situated in the central highlands of Guatemala, this region boasts a combination of volcanic soil, high altitude, and a subtropical climate, creating the perfect conditions for coffee cultivation.
The Arabica coffee plants in Antigua Guatemala thrive at altitudes ranging from 1,200 to 1,800 meters above sea level. The volcanic soil, rich in nutrients and minerals, contributes to the unique flavor profile of the coffee beans. The region’s distinct microclimate, with cool nights and warm days, allows the coffee cherries to ripen slowly, resulting in beans with exceptional complexity and flavor.
The coffee from Antigua Guatemala is known for its full-bodied richness, medium-dark, balanced acidity, and a delightful sweetness. It exhibits notes of chocolate, caramel, and citrus, with a smooth and velvety texture. The coffee’s aroma is intoxicating, filling the air with hints of floral and fruity undertones.
The coffee farmers in Antigua Guatemala take great pride in their craft, employing traditional and sustainable farming practices. They handpick only the ripest cherries, ensuring the highest quality beans are selected. The meticulous attention to detail and the passion of these farmers contribute to the outstanding reputation of Antigua Guatemala coffee.
Whether enjoyed as a single-origin brew or as part of a blend, Antigua Guatemala’s 100% Arabica coffee promises a truly exceptional coffee experience. Its remarkable flavor, combined with the rich history and culture of the region, makes it a sought-after choice for coffee enthusiasts worldwide.
From the Antigua growing region near the southern coast of Guatemala, these beans are grown in a mineral-rich valley surrounded by three volcanic mountains. Medium-Dark Roast has complex flavor profile of spicy and smoky with hints of chocolate and caramel, floral aromatic notes