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Guatemala, Santa Ana, Espresso

Flavour Notes

Tasting Notes

Aroma
Chocolate malt biscuit
Acidity
Winey
Body
Syrupy
Finish
Lingering sweet

Growing Region

   

Information

Producer
Fernando Diaz
Varietal
Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai and Pache
Processing
Washed
Altitude
1600-1800 MASL

About this coffee

A complex Guatemalan.

Santa Ana is part of a cluster of family farms located at the peaks in the mountain region of La Gavia, in the village of Pueblo Nuevo Viñas. The history of the farm goes back 30 years when Roberto Diaz Marroquin acquired the land and founded Santa Ana with a passion for coffee and quality. Roberto implemented controls and hard work in the farm establishing the practice of microlot separation, cupping and special lot integration. All this hard work put the farm in high prestige of specialty coffee production. When Roberto passed, his oldest son Fernando Diaz took on the administration of the family farms with the idea of keeping the same practices that worked so well for his father.

Learn about how we source our coffee here.

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Flavour Notes

Tasting Notes

Aroma
Chocolate malt biscuit
Acidity
Winey
Body
Syrupy
Finish
Lingering sweet

Growing Region

   

Information

Producer
Fernando Diaz
Varietal
Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai and Pache
Processing
Washed
Altitude
1600-1800 MASL

About this coffee

A complex Guatemalan.

Santa Ana is part of a cluster of family farms located at the peaks in the mountain region of La Gavia, in the village of Pueblo Nuevo Viñas. The history of the farm goes back 30 years when Roberto Diaz Marroquin acquired the land and founded Santa Ana with a passion for coffee and quality. Roberto implemented controls and hard work in the farm establishing the practice of microlot separation, cupping and special lot integration. All this hard work put the farm in high prestige of specialty coffee production. When Roberto passed, his oldest son Fernando Diaz took on the administration of the family farms with the idea of keeping the same practices that worked so well for his father.

Learn about how we source our coffee here.