Milk Chocolate & Marzipan

Sold out. A classic coffee from Guatemala. Heavy bodied and perfect to enjoy with milk. This is a great choice for an espresso or breakfast coffee.

Luis Pedro and his brother run several small farms within the Antigua region and have strict systems for quality within all.

We chose this coffee because it offers a more classic option for those looking for a bold choice.

  • Guatemala

  • Antigua

  • Luis Pedro Zelaya Aguirre

  • Chuito

  • Bourbon, Caturra & Villa Sarchi

  • Washed

  • 1500.1900 masl

  • February 2016

  • Collaborative Coffee Source

  • 97,72

  • Medium to dark (perfect for espresso or those that enjoy more intense coffees)

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