Light/Medium Variety: Typica, Bourbon, Caturra Process:
2000 m.a.s.l Producer:
Various Small Farmers Notes:
Honey, Cacao, Dark Berries
Finca Santa Anita lies just below the town of Patzún, which is a subregion of Chimaltenango located within close proximity to Lake Atitlan. The road to the coffee-producing area of Patzún is beautiful, full of yellows and browns of corn growing country into a rather small, heavily shaded canyon that is home to this coffee. This area is one of the most well shaded in Central America. The coffee trees are protected under an excellent canopy. Another unique aspect of this region is the heavy dose Typica varietals planted among the Bourbon and Caturra. Processing here is fairly standard as far as Guatemala is considered. After de-pulping the coffee beans are fermented up to 24 hours, washed in long channels, and sun-dried on patios.
Note: To ensure that your coffee is utmost exceptional, we roast as orders are placed.