Grown in the heart of Guatemala, imported to our warehouse in Savannah, GA, and roasted in the low country of sc.

A LIMITED SUPPLY IS AVAILABLE

 

 

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OUR COFFEE

We provide these green coffee beans for wholesale:

Guatemala -Washed  

1) ADOSIETT from Huehuentenango

2)  Finca El Paraiso "Paraidse"

3) Carmona SHB from Antigua

4) Carmona Peaberry from Antigua

Cococho, Peru - Washed

Farm - Anaccafe ; Certified Organic ; SHB type

Minas Gerais, Brazil

Natural Farm: Fazenda Quilombo

14/16 Screen Size

 17/18 SHB

Peaberry

 

If you wish to learn more about anything regarding our green coffee beans or roasted beans, please:
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100 % GUATEMALAN COFFEE   |  FARMER FRIENDLY  

 

ASODIETT CO-OP:

from Huehuetenango, Guatemala.

Asodiett is a coffee producing association from Aldea Mash Todos Santos Cuchumatan, Huehuetenango.  About 30 families actively participate and form part of this association. The two community leaders and coffee producers are Marcario Calmo and Faustino Pablo.  The main varieties produced are Bourbon, Catura and Pache.  This area is 1,500-1,700 meters above sea level

 

ANTIGUA SHB:

from the Carmona Estate in Antigua, Guatemala.

(see store for roasted beans)

The Carmona Estate is over 150 years.  Owned by Maria, 80 years young, her grandmother owned the farm before her.  Her workers live there on the farm. This farm has won Cup of Excellence several years back, it's home to many varieties and grades of coffee.  Including the SHB, standard quality and also the Premium Peaberry Bean we also offer.  The estate is in Antigua, about 1,200 meters above sea level, nestled close to two volcanoes.  Agua and Enfuego, these two volcanoes provide Carmona with a rich, volcanic soil which helps them produce some of the best tasting coffee beans in Guatemala.

 

PEABERRY:

from the Carmona Estate in Antigua, Guatemala.

Our Peaberry is a rare form of coffee, typically found in the Tanzanian variety.  It is even rarer to find it grown in Guatemala, at the Carmona Estate, winner of Cup of Excellence just a few years back.  It is a beautiful Jade color, dried by the sun on patios for longer shelf life and sustained freshness. The Peaberry is a smaller bean, but packed with flavor, concentrated into a much smaller bean than normal.

 

ADIPSA:

from San Agustín Acasaguastlán in El Progreso, Guatemala.

Adipsa is a CO-OP in the New Orient Region, which is made up of 20 families.  Premium coffee with a medium body, mild acidity, and has a sweet and pleasant after taste. 1200-1400 meters above sea level.  Traditional wet milling with a nice sun dry at the end.  Warmer climate at the end provides for a clean milling.

 

EL PARAISO:

from Barberena Santa Rosa, Guatemala.

El Paraiso has a balanced cup profile with equal amounts of sweet and citric acidity accents.  The tree variety is: Bourbon, Caturra, and Catuai.  It is a rainforest alliance certified coffee. It sits at 1,341 meters above sea level.