Often lovingly, albeit not creatively, dubbed “the bean,” this faithful classic is our trusty morning coffee around the office. Just think of Lassie wearing a giant Rolex around her neck and you’ll get the idea. Grown in the volcanic southern regions of Guatemala, this coffee has a spicy flavor with a fair amount of acidity, and can be quite strong. This Guatemalan coffee is a light roast, and it’s more than capable of jump starting your day. After a cup of this stuff, you’ll be less likely to fall down a well on your way to work. See that? The bean is good for you..
- “I purchase this coffee on behalf of my church for our Sunday Patio Perks ministry. I hear awwwwws and yums, and people just enjoying this brew. It is great fresh and even next day or two days later reheated. Very reasonable cost and fresh roasted cannot be beat.”
- “This is what coffee is supposed to taste like. With or without sugar and 1/2 n 1/2. Great stuff from every angle.”
- “All the characteristics I like in coffee...dry aromais is encouraging, brewed aroma is inviting, great taste is rewarding. We quibble over who will get the last cup. In our long term quest for the best beans for us, this one just moved to the top of the list. We usually drink it with sugar and 1/2 n 1/2 but it's just fine without. I keep wanting to say that this is what coffee is supposed to taste like. ”