Guatemala Elephant Coffee


Guatemala Elephant Coffee


Item No. 111047

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  • Weight:
    • 125g / 4.4oz
    • 250g / 8.8oz
    • 500g / 17.6oz
    • 1kg / 35.2oz
    • Beans
    • Cafetière
    • Filter
    • Espresso
    • Turkish

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Code: 111047

Additional Information

  • Description
    Cultivated on the fertile volcanic slopes of Lake Atitlán, the giant, glossy Guatemala Maragogype beans are quite a curiosity, dwarfing most other beans at almost triple the size! They also trumpet a bold flavour, with deep roasted bass tones, soft fruity top notes, finished with a smooth, well-balanced chocolatey sweetness.
  • Ingredients
    Roasted Arabica beans.
  • Reviews
    Guatemala Elephant Coffee
    on 07/15/2018
    A lovely dark rich coffee with a chocolate hint!
    Guatemala Elephant Coffee
    on 06/26/2018
    Like the other reviewer, we have tried many more expensive and cheaper, this is the best so far. Drunk black hot or cold - fabulous - rich, but not bitter and so smooth it is almost creamy.
    Guatemala Elephant Coffee
    on 06/08/2018
    I buy this coffee every week 125 gram as a Turkish grind and enjoy with fresh morning breakfast. The smell is incredible.
    Guatemala Elephant Coffee
    on 06/05/2018
    Tried so many different coffees for my new Jura F8 - stumbled upon this one and nothing else comes close!
    Guatemala Elephant Coffee
    on 05/21/2018
    You can see why this is so popular. I am new to exploring coffees from different countries but this was an amazing place to start. Highly recommend.
    Guatemala Elephant Coffee
    on 05/08/2018
    Just tried Guatemala elephant for the first time today. This is the best coffee I have ever had. I usually go for Columbian but, this is on another level. Will be buying this from now on.
    Guatemala Elephant Coffee
    on 02/19/2018
    Bold flavours with the dark chocolate notes with a citrus sweetness. My absolute favourite, I could drink cup after cup!





Tastes Like

Dark Chocolate & Orange

Brew the Perfect cup

When making coffee always use freshly drawn and boiled water – wait a few seconds for the water to cool so you don't scald the grinds. Cardinal rule? Never re-heat brewed coffee! Freshness is everything.





Stove Top

This gutsy coffee deserves to be enjoyed as a strong espresso – try brewing it with a Moka stovetop.

Origin: Guatemala

Huehuetenango ("way-way-te-nan-go") in western Guatemala is famed for its high-quality coffee; the name is Nahuatl for "place of the ancients".

Big Beans, Bold Flavour

All our coffee is "arabica" coffee, but within that species there are many varieties in existence. Maragogype – or "Elephant" – is one of the most recognisable: the beans are famously massive, and prized for their unique flavour.