Guatemala Flor del Rosario la Cascada - Wet Process - Green Coffee Beans

Guatemala Flor del Rosario la Cascada - Wet Process - Green Coffee Beans

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Our Select Series Guatemala Flor del Rosario la Cascada has strong notes of chocolate and caramel, a bright acidity with orange and lemon notes, a really lovely roundness and mouth feel, and a sweet, clean finish.

Around 20 years ago, Horst Spitzke purchased Flor del Rosario, a lush farm in Cobán, the capital city of the northern department of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. Don Horst intended to graze cattle on the land, but it was ultimately too steep, and so he turned to coffee. He set out to teach himself everything he could, applying the same rigor, passion and attention to detail that made him a successful engineer in his earlier life in Germany — and that today explains the success of his milling processes and the consistency of his coffees.

Cupping notes: chocolate, caramel, orange, lemon.

Our Select Series green bean coffees offer special and unique quality coffees from around the world.  We emphasize the contrasting nature of these coffees from their surrounding countries, regions, and sub-regions or highlight coffees from famous regions that are of the highest quality. Try our select series to taste the sometimes profound difference between beans grown in the same region!


RegionCentral America
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how high is the altitude is it grown in ?
Joseph shaginaw on Nov 30, 2020
BEST ANSWER: This bean is grown on a farm in Coban, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala which is between 1,300 and 1,600 meters (0.8-1 miles) elevation.

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