Beans We Use:
Our coffee come from three (3) completely
different growing regions.
First is our Guatemala: Our Guatemala
beans come from the mountainous volcanic soils of this Central
American country. Grown
in the regions of Antigua and Coban, the beans have a slightly
spicy flavor with hints of chocolate that many people feel makes
the perfect cup of morning coffee.
Next is our Ethiopia: Many people believed
that Ethiopia, where coffee plants still grow wild in the highlands,
is the birth
place of coffee. The indigenous coffee trees, which some experts
say, are the only native coffee trees in the world. These trees
blossomed in an area called “Kaffa” and the trees were
called “Kafa”, which most experts have determined to
be the root word for coffee. These coffees are characterized by
a floral aroma and a winy, lightly acidic, almost dry flavor that
caresses your tongue like a fine wine.
Lastly our Sumatra: The large Indonesia island
of Sumatra produces some of the world’s most distinctive
Arabica coffee. Indonesian coffees generally have a little of the
that Arabic coffees are known for, yet few other coffees can deliver
such a bold impact of coffee body. The high elevation mountains
regions in Sumatra produce, by far, the most distinctive tasting
coffee.The extremely fertile volcanic soil is only partly responsible
for the famous taste of their beans. The tropical climate allows
the coffee trees to flourish in a nearly perfect greenhouse setting.
The equatorial climate also introduces difficulties in the harvest
and preparation of the coffee cherries, the challenge often results
in an improvement in the final product. Sumatra coffee beans are
not timid; they are often characterized by their earthy, full-bodied,