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The roastery will be closed, Saturday September 23rd, all day. Online sales will be normal. We will be at the Colombus Coffee fest. Feel free to order what you'd like and we will take care of you.

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Limited Edition Finca Medina Coffee
Limited Edition Finca Medina Coffee
Available in various grinds or whole beans.

Limited Edition Guatemala Finca Medina

Regular price $21.00

Roast: Medium-Dark

 Notes: Strawberry, Plum, Milk Chocolate, and Caramelized Sugar! 

** Freshness **

Whole-bean coffee normally maintains its freshness for about two months.  Ground coffee usually is best if used within four weeks.


Coffee Overview 

For over 20 years, we’ve been proud to partner 

with Finca Medina in Antigua, Guatemala. Nestled 

among three volcanoes, Acatenango, Fuego, and 

Agua, the city of Antigua was once the capital of the 

Spanish Empire in Central America, but it’s now 

known for stunning colonial architecture and the 

nearby farms that produce some of the region’s 

highest-quality coffee. Antigua’s climate, high 

altitude, fertile volcanic soils, and a distinct 

agricultural tradition make this city an ideal 

location for producers like Finca Medina,

company that has been producing specialty coffee 

since 1842. Located in the village of San Lorenzo El 

Cubo, in the region of Ciudad Vieja, Finca Medina 

includes two estates, one named after the 

organization itself and the other called Anexo 

Portal. At both farms, the staff implements some of 

the most modern processing technology we’ve seen 

in Latin America, contributing to each coffee’s 

consistency and quality. 

This naturally-processed Guatemalan coffee

which was harvested in 2021 includes cherries from 

the original Finca Medina estate plus Anexo Portal, 

a property that was acquired in 2016. After 

separating the floating cherries, the coffees are de 

pulped and dried on raised African beds. The beds 

are closed off each day for two hours to ensure a 

slow maturation process. This process is completed 

in 28 to 30 days. With a sparkling acidity and 

tropical fruit flavors, this coffee is not only one of 

the best naturally-processed lots our team has ever 

tasted; it’s also an indication of the alternative 

processing methods gaining popularity in Latin 

America, making us excited to see what’s to come

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