Guatemalan Whole Bean Coffee, Medium Roast
Origin: Guatemalan coffee is grown in the mountainous regions
Altitude : 1500-2200m
Process: sustainable traditional methods
Flavors: notes of chocolate, nuts, and fruit
- Net Weight: 8 oz
- Storage: Store in a cool, dry place
- 100% Recyclable packaging
Guatemala is an important producer of coffee, and its coffee is known for its high quality and unique flavor profile.
Coffee is grown in various regions of Guatemala, with the main growing regions being the departments of Huehuetenango, Antigua, and Cobán. The coffee plants thrive in the country's warm, humid climate, which is influenced by its location near the equator.
Guatemala coffee is typically grown at altitudes of between 1,000 and 1,600 meters above sea level. The high altitudes and warm, humid climate create optimal growing conditions for the coffee plants, resulting in a high-quality, flavorful coffee.
Guatemala coffee is generally considered to be a specialty coffee, and it is often described as having a full-bodied, smooth flavor with a pleasant acidity and a hint of sweetness. The coffee is often described as having notes of chocolate, nuts, and fruit, and it is often used as a base for espresso-based drinks.