The Los Capulines farm is as old as the coffee industry in Guatemala. The first coffee tree was planted by the current owner’s grandfather in 1850. Olivio Villatoro is now 91 years old and continues his grandfathers legacy as a third generation coffee producer. And the tradition continues, with his grandson Eduardo Herrera Villatoro taking up the family tradition and helping his grandfather modernise his farming and processing techniques in order to target the specialty market. 169 years after that first coffee tree was planted on the property, the Villatoro family have produced a rich, warm and earthy coffee, with notes of chocolate, cherry and caramel. The flavours are carried in a fine, silky body; with a velvety, sweet berry finish.
Caramel, cherry, Chocolate
sweet berry, velvety