The ancient Maya could enjoy coffee growing on mountainous and volcanic Guatemala. Its characteristic nutty taste with a citrus-floral finish will satisfy you at any time of the day.
Taste profile: The cup is characterized by hazelnut cream and a fresh aroma with scents of flowers and citrus. The taste is slightly sweet with a full, balanced body, mild acidity and often a chocolate aftertaste.
In Guatemala coffee, you can feel fresh tones of citrus fruit, delicate spice flavors and sometimes a light chocolate aftertaste. Coffee is also grown in Guatemala in other regions, such as Fraijane, Cobán and Huehuetenango.
The designation SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) means that these are high-quality coffee beans grown at high altitudes.