region: Antigua, Guatemala
farm: Villa Estela // San Carlos // San Ignacio
producer: smallholder farmers
elevation: 1500 meters above sea level
cultivars: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra
process: fully washed, patio dried
The aroma coming off of the Guatemala San Carlos Antigua is rich and sweet, packed with scents of chocolate, caramelized sugars, red fruits (apple, berry, cherry), and soft black tea.
Sweet, milky body with a juicy, complex acidity and notes of cherry, chocolate, citrus, cherry, mellow lime acidity, butterscotch, marzipan, honey, fresh strawberry, apple, tropical fruit, and bergamot.
*content courtesy of InterAmerican Coffee
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