The sweetness and complexity are quite remarkable, and the mouthfeel is full bodied, clean, and lingering. This is an aromatic, fruit-forward coffee with pleasant acidy reminiscent of a concord grape. Cocoa, raw sugar and juicy grape are the dominant flavors and the sweetness lingers on your tongue long after you take a sip. We recommend this coffee for cold brew, drip and single origin espresso.

Cocoa, Concord Grape, Raw Sugar 
The Guatemalan department of Chimaltenango is a mountainous region offering all of the conditions perfect for coffee growing. While much of the coffee here is found as blends hailing from small producers, there are also some stellar individual farms offering amazing coffees. Concepción Buena Vista is one of these farms.

The producer, Bernardo Solano, is a coffee veteran and a well known figure within the industry. In 2018, he was elected president of the Guatemalan coffee association, Anacafé, representing more than 125 thousand coffee-growing families throughout Guatemala.

On his farm, Bernardo grows a combination of varieties on both hillside and in mountain valley terrain at 1800 MASL. He is a proponent of using native trees to shade his delicate coffee plants, rather than Grevillea trees more commonly found in conjunction with coffee in Guatemala.

$ 18.00 / 12 oz.

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The sweetness and complexity are quite remarkable, and the mouthfeel is full bodied, clean, and lingering. This is an aromatic, fruit-forward coffee with pleasant acidy reminiscent of a concord grape. Cocoa, raw sugar and juicy grape are the dominant flavors and the sweetness lingers on your tongue long after you take a sip. We recommend this coffee for cold brew, drip and single origin espresso.

Cocoa, Concord Grape, Raw Sugar 
The Guatemalan department of Chimaltenango is a mountainous region offering all of the conditions perfect for coffee growing. While much of the coffee here is found as blends hailing from small producers, there are also some stellar individual farms offering amazing coffees. Concepción Buena Vista is one of these farms.

The producer, Bernardo Solano, is a coffee veteran and a well known figure within the industry. In 2018, he was elected president of the Guatemalan coffee association, Anacafé, representing more than 125 thousand coffee-growing families throughout Guatemala.

On his farm, Bernardo grows a combination of varieties on both hillside and in mountain valley terrain at 1800 MASL. He is a proponent of using native trees to shade his delicate coffee plants, rather than Grevillea trees more commonly found in conjunction with coffee in Guatemala.

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The sweetness and complexity are quite remarkable, and the mouthfeel is full bodied, clean, and lingering. This is an aromatic, fruit-forward coffee with pleasant acidy reminiscent of a concord grape. Cocoa, raw sugar and juicy grape are the dominant flavors and the sweetness lingers on your tongue long after you take a sip. We recommend this coffee for cold brew, drip and single origin espresso.

Cocoa, Concord Grape, Raw Sugar 
The Guatemalan department of Chimaltenango is a mountainous region offering all of the conditions perfect for coffee growing. While much of the coffee here is found as blends hailing from small producers, there are also some stellar individual farms offering amazing coffees. Concepción Buena Vista is one of these farms.

The producer, Bernardo Solano, is a coffee veteran and a well known figure within the industry. In 2018, he was elected president of the Guatemalan coffee association, Anacafé, representing more than 125 thousand coffee-growing families throughout Guatemala.

On his farm, Bernardo grows a combination of varieties on both hillside and in mountain valley terrain at 1800 MASL. He is a proponent of using native trees to shade his delicate coffee plants, rather than Grevillea trees more commonly found in conjunction with coffee in Guatemala.


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