Guatemala has a great richness of microclimates, each one presents rainfall patterns, wide range of altitudes and soils rich in minerals and nutrients, that contribute to the production of coffee, its unsurpassable notes of flavor and high degree of quality, recognized at level International.
In this land of contrasts, eight regions of specialty coffee have been identified, different in their characteristics. These regions have climatic and geographical aspects that make each a special place for the production of coffee.
The cafes in Guatemala are cultivated under shade, creating a forest that greatly contributes to the habitat of many endemic and migratory species, providing food and protection.
Abundant tributaries, rivers and lakes facilitate the process of benefiting from coffee and are, in turn, used for the generation of clean energy.
The coffee cut is made with a delicate manual selection, made by expert cutters, who have inherited this tradition for generations.