We are a micro roaster with Colombian roots - coffee runs in our blood. We roast coffee in small batches to get the best out of each coffee bean.
San Marcos Volcánico, Guatemala
Altitude: 1,150-1,300 MASL
El Paraíso Farm, Stuardo Coto
Samuel Coto acquired the El Paraíso farm in 1977 and managed it until 1985 when Stuardo Coto, his son, took over management of the farm. Stuardo started gradually shifting focus towards the specialty coffee market and increasing the sustainability practices on the farm. He started studying more about different varietals, yields, and cup quality in order to produce the highest grade specility coffee.
He is conscious of the environment and prohibits any deforestation and hunting on his property. Read more about Stuardo Coto's environment-friendly approach to coffee farming.
Betelgeuse 2 is a unique nano lot from Stuardo's production - we were able to get hold of 30 kg of this gem through our partner Mare Terra.
- Whole coffee beans
- Preparation method
- Roast level
- Processing method
- Arabica: Bourbon, Arabica: Java
- Country of origin
- Partner (importer)
- Mare Terra