Bosques de San Francisco Washed, Guatemala
Showcasing some of the best coffee Guatemala has to offer. Bosques de San Francisco has a lovely, clean acidity that reminds us of yellow plums and a sweetness to match, with a caramel texture. Hints of clove like florals on the finish round this off to be a super beautiful and interesting cup! Roasted towards the lighter end of the spectrum.
Caturra & Bourbon
Yellow Plum - Caramel - Clove
The Dalton family honours its coffee-growing heritage and is currently being operated by the 5th and 6th generations. Manuel Matheu borrowed the land where he planted some coffee in 1864. In his first harvest, he went to London to sell his first crop. After returning from London, he was commissioned by the President of Guatemala to show small farmers how to grow coffee. Thus was born the Antigua coffee-growing region. Eventually, Manuel’s son purchased what is now Bosque de San Francisco. The passion for coffee has been passed down to 6 generations. Marta’s great grandmother Elisa ran the farm until she was 95 years old and won the first two Cup of Excellence in 2001 and 2002.
The carbon footprint from this coffee's journey has been offset twice.
This includes boiling your kettle to brew it.
The packaging is biodegradable and recyclable.
Bike delivery or postage is included.