Notes: Strawberry, Cherry, Cantaloupe, Applesauce, Pecan Pie
Roast: Medium - Dark
The famous ancient city of Antigua's contains over 43 churches, so it is not surprising that this special coffee gets the brand “Iglesias.”
Antigua Iglesias comes from the Plantation Santo Tomas and El Vallecito. Both are located in Ciudad Vieja in the state of Sacatepéquez at the slopes of the Volcano Agua. The coffee grows under Gravilea trees in rich volcanic soil.
Consisting of 60 percent Bourbon and 40 percent Caturra and Catuai varietals, this coffee is grown at an elevation of 4,700 to 4,900 feet above sea level. After harvest, Iglesias, a shade-grown coffee, is harvested and brought to Transcafe’s mill Concepcion, Escuintla. During the coffees time at Concepcion, it is sundried on patios and separated by size, density, and color. The result is a superior coffee with extreme complexities.
100% Arabica Fully Washed, strictly hard bean, Guatemalan coffee bean. Notes of Strawberry, Cherry, Cantaloupe, Applesauce and Pecan Pie. Very nice flavor and a great taste.
Our Guatemala Iglesias Antigua, Strictly Hard Bean from Transcafe. Transcafe working with small farmers, strengthens and bolsters their relationships across Guatemala. Consisting of 60% Bourbon and 40% Caturra and Catuai varietals and grown at 4700-4900 feet above sea level. Grown under shade trees in volcanic rich soil creates this flavorful taste. The famous city of Antigua's contains over 43 churches, so it is not surprising that this special coffee gets the brand “Iglesias”.
You can purchase our Guatemala, whole bean or ground for your favorite way to make coffee. Whole bean coffee normally maintains its freshness for about two months. Ground coffee usually is best if used within two to three weeks. You can decide which way is best for you when ordering. The taste will not change either way. Preparation of your coffee is simple. When you are ready for drinking your coffee it must be ground to your specific coffee making procedure. There are many ways to make coffee and all. Are good if done right. Some common examples Are Drip, French Roast, Aeropress, Pour over and Espresso to just name a few. We have 10 ways to make coffee in our own home. The way you make your coffee in your home or office can be the best tasting coffee available for you. Knowing the right procedures is essential. Having great fresh roasted coffee as our Guatemala, Antiqua is a good start.