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Country:Guatemala
Region:Antigua
Producer:Maria Zelaya Aguirre
Farm:Pulcal
Altitude:5,500 - 6,000 ft.
Varietals:Bourbon
Harvest:February - March 2019
Rainfall:Low to Moderate 31 to 47 inches per year
Soil:Volcanic
Production Method:Washed

$18.50

12 Ounce

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Country:Guatemala
Region:Antigua
Producer:Maria Zelaya Aguirre
Farm:Pulcal
Altitude:5,500 - 6,000 ft.
Varietals:Bourbon
Harvest:February - March 2019
Rainfall:Low to Moderate 31 to 47 inches per year
Soil:Volcanic
Production Method:Washed
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Tasting notes of Red apple, milk chocolate & orange



Pulcal was awarded Best Coffee in the World at the Universal Exposition of Paris in 1893. Pulcal is situated on the southern slope of Volcán de Agua at 5,500 to 6,000 feet. Antigua coffees are prized for their full bodied chocolate flavor; this small lot presents a very refined version of that terroir.

The farm is nestled on the rich soils of a small valley on the southern slope of Volcan de Agua at 5,500 to 6,000 feet. To its north are two other volcanoes, Acatenango and Fuego.

Strictly heirloom Arabica varieties, Typica, Bourbon and Tekisic, a variant of Bourbon first developed in El Salvador, are grown on Pulcal. These varieties are far less productive than other coffee cultivars commonly in use today but they offer a special heft and smooth creaminess. The current micro lot, Number 2, is strictly Bourbon.

$18.50

12 Ounce

   BAG(S)