Durazno Caturra White Honey Guatemalan Coffee
Altitude: 1300-1700 masl
This collab is very exciting, together with Courier Media and BEAMS & Co, we selected this coffee to share with you. The label on the bag was designed by Guatemalan designers and show cases the Quetzal - Guatemala's National Bird.
The Ventura family have been growing coffee for over five generations. The coffee farming tradition began when their grandfather started growing coffee in 1894, at a farm called Finca Rabanales.
Over a hundred years later, the family purchased Finca El Durazno in 2012. Rafael & Maria Elena are two of the five proprietors of the farm, and are active in its management. In 2012, Finca El Durazno did not have a single coffee plant - in fact the land was mainly used for forestry. Although the Ventura family have been coffee farming for over 120 years