Tastes like chocolate, molasses & nectarine.
Farm: El Libano
Varietal: Mixed varietal
Altitude: 1500 masl
This coffee was grown by Herbert Pérez . Herbert’s farm is located in the Acatenango region of Guatemala. He’s owned the farm since 1992 and has been in the family since 1915 but only started growing coffee in 1940. There are three parts to this farm including San Juan. This coffee was ethically sourced by Marta from Coffee Bird.
Careful consideration went into this coffee with how it paired with alternative milks. Things that we consider are the region, varietal and roasting process to ensure the coffee will taste damn good with the different milks. This coffee is not only well developed to achieve sweetness but also to ensure the sugars work with amino acids to create a less acidic coffee.
Tested and tasty with Bonsoy, Oatly, Minor Figures.
Sold as whole beans. If you want it ground just shoot us an email with your order number and what it needs ground for!
Espresso recipe (best brewed at 10 days old): 18.5g coffee - 38g espresso.
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