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Guatemala Carmona

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We’ve turned to Antigua in southern Guatemala for this limited edition coffee: smoother than silk with hints of luscious cocoa and cream, it’s a magnificent ambassador for this world-famous region.

The Carmona farm has been growing coffee since the 1800s, so you know you’re in for something special. Maria Zelaya is now the third-generation guardian of the farm: its fascinating history includes owning the King of Honduras’ bed, which has a visible gouge from a failed assassination attempt.

The Zelayas grow several different varieties – we gave this lot a medium-dark roast to highlight the nutty, chocolatey notes of the Bourbon beans. Smooth with a whiff of smoke, it’s the perfect base for a cappuccino or latte.

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    Deliriously dark and smooth

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Jesuit missionaries first introduced coffee to Guatemala in 1750, and the prime reason for Guatemala’s coffee success is its geography: cultivated under shade at a range of altitudes from 1,600ft – 16,000ft, the plantations produce beautiful, complex Arabica beans. Today coffee is Guatemala’s primary export, with about 25% of the country’s population making their living from the coffee trade. With an extraordinary depth of flavour, ranging from the fruity and sweet to deeper notes of spiced cocoa, these are among the most popular coffees in our range…

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