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Guatemala, La Bolsa, Espresso

Flavour Notes

Tasting Notes

Aroma
Hazelnut wafer 
Acidity
Winey
Body
Balanced
Finish
Green grape

Growing Region

   

Information

Producer
Vides family
Varietal
Bourbon, caturra
Processing
Washed
Altitude
1350-1500 MASL

About this coffee

A complex Guatemalan.

Way back in 1958, Jorge Vides founded Finca La Bolsa, a coffee plantation located in the western highlands of Guatemala. Since then the farm has been handed down through generations to María Elena and her son. The area of Huehuetenango is the highest and driest under cultivation with ideal geographic conditions for growing coffee. The currents of hot air that sweep off of Mexico’s Tehuantepec plain, meet the cool air descending from the nearby mountains, protecting the area from frost and allowing coffee to be cultivated up to 2000 metres above sea level.

Learn about how we source our coffee here.

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Flavour Notes

Tasting Notes

Aroma
Hazelnut wafer 
Acidity
Winey
Body
Balanced
Finish
Green grape

Growing Region

   

Information

Producer
Vides family
Varietal
Bourbon, caturra
Processing
Washed
Altitude
1350-1500 MASL

About this coffee

A complex Guatemalan.

Way back in 1958, Jorge Vides founded Finca La Bolsa, a coffee plantation located in the western highlands of Guatemala. Since then the farm has been handed down through generations to María Elena and her son. The area of Huehuetenango is the highest and driest under cultivation with ideal geographic conditions for growing coffee. The currents of hot air that sweep off of Mexico’s Tehuantepec plain, meet the cool air descending from the nearby mountains, protecting the area from frost and allowing coffee to be cultivated up to 2000 metres above sea level.

Learn about how we source our coffee here.