Guatemala Antigua Jauja Stuardo Coto Rosario Bourbon

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  • Country: Guatemala

    Region: San Cristobal el Bajo aldea, Antigua Municipality

    Farmer/Grower: Stuardo Coto

    Farm: Jauja

    14° 32' 32.5651" N 94° 50' 56.6887" W

    Lot ID: Rosario

    Varieties: Bourbon

    Processing: Washed

    Altitude: 1550-1580 m.a.s.l.

    Grade: SHB

    Marks: 011-0890-0061

    Reference ID: HA-2168-06

    Humidity: 11.60%

    Density: 1.17 g/ml

    Harvest Date: March, 2023

    Arrival Date: November, 2023

    SCA Cupping Score: 86.25

  • Dark chocolate and floral notes on fragrance and aroma, flavors of dark chocolate and Earl Grey tea with a “purple” aftertaste of grape, lavender, and red apple. Mild to bright malic green apple and lemon citric acidity with a creamy mouthfeel with a medium-heavy body. Overall, delicious!
  • This is an extremely versatile coffee. This high density washed coffee can take the heat. Light-medium roast is our preference (about 90 to 95 Agtron) to keep acidity at its peak while still showcasing the “London Fog”-like tasting notes. Medium to dark roasts will mute acidity and show big chocolate notes.

Old bourbon cultivars are grown under partial shade from grevillea and avocado trees. The rich volcanic soil, warm days and cool nights and high winds give Antigua a unique microclimate that has been highly sought after for many years. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
David Martinez
Such a solid cup!!

This coffee is very clean and sweet. Definitely has that “London fog” characteristic, as well as “lavender sweet cream”. Kept mine at a light-medium.

Thanks for sharing, David! We definitely love that 'lavender sweet cream' character this coffee has.