Stuardo Coto, Natural Gesha, Guatemala

Gesha varietals produce the most flavorful and complex cups of coffee in the world. Get it while you can! 

12oz bag > Shipping included.

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Your coffee will be roasted on the next roast day and shipped within 24 hours.

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Your coffee will be roasted on the next roast day and shipped within 24 hours.

Crop to Cup

Tasting notes:Rich | Balanced | Smooth

Single-Origins:Seasonal blend

Varietal:Catuai

Altitude: 1550m

Process:Washed

Roaster:West Oak Coffee Roasters | Denton, TX

Roast Level: Medium

Details:  This is the West Oak staple espresso blend. Rich, sweet, balanced, and smooth, Milk and Honey is creamy and sweet, pairing well with milk and sweeteners (hence its name). Crafted in such a way to be intriguing as a standalone coffee, you are guaranteed to fall in love with this West Oak classic.

Brew: Great with milk. Tasty as an espresso shot. Try it in your coffee maker.

Crop to Cup

Tasting notes:Strawberry Aroma | Black Tea Body | Pineapple | Jasmine | Huckleberry | Fig

Single-Origin:San Marcos, Guatemala

Varietal:Catuai

Altitude: 1550m

Process:Natural

Roaster:West Oak Coffee Roasters | Denton, TX

Roast Level: Medium

Details: Gesha varietal coffees are the most sought-after and expensive coffees in the world. Stuardo Coto is a man, a myth, a legend. This Gesha is a true testament of this farmers character. When he first decided to grow this impossibly beautiful variety on his farm, we waited three years for harvest to peak. Individually and meticulously he tasted the coffee from each tree to see which plant was producing the perfect cup of coffee. Once he accomplished this, he destroyed his entire microlot, only to rebuild it with coffee seeds from the very best plants. The coffee you are now tasting is a ten-year work of a labor — a romance, commitment, and love that is no longer present in the year of 2018. Every seed roasted from this small selection is a beautiful story of sweat and grit, one in which we are honored to take part. Hold up your glasses — this one is for you, Don Coto.

Brew: Drink this coffee black. Tasty as an espresso shot. Try it in your coffee maker. Enjoy!

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Roasting on

Tues | Wed

Your coffee will be roasted on the next roast day and shipped within 24 hours.

Roasting on

Tues | Wed

Your coffee will be roasted on the next roast day and shipped within 24 hours.

Crop to Cup

Tasting notes: Rich | Balanced | Smooth

Single-Origins: Seasonal blend

Varietal: Catuai

Altitude: 1550m

Process: Washed

Roaster: West Oak Coffee Roasters | Denton, TX

Roast Level: Medium

Details:  This is the West Oak staple espresso blend. Rich, sweet, balanced, and smooth, Milk and Honey is creamy and sweet, pairing well with milk and sweeteners (hence its name). Crafted in such a way to be intriguing as a standalone coffee, you are guaranteed to fall in love with this West Oak classic.

Brew: Great with milk. Tasty as an espresso shot. Try it in your coffee maker.

Crop to Cup

Tasting notes: Strawberry Aroma | Black Tea Body | Pineapple | Jasmine | Huckleberry | Fig

Single-Origin:San Marcos, Guatemala

Varietal: Catuai

Altitude: 1550m

Process: Natural

Roaster: West Oak Coffee Roasters | Denton, TX

Roast Level: Medium

Details: Gesha varietal coffees are the most sought-after and expensive coffees in the world. Stuardo Coto is a man, a myth, a legend. This Gesha is a true testament of this farmers character. When he first decided to grow this impossibly beautiful variety on his farm, we waited three years for harvest to peak. Individually and meticulously he tasted the coffee from each tree to see which plant was producing the perfect cup of coffee. Once he accomplished this, he destroyed his entire microlot, only to rebuild it with coffee seeds from the very best plants. The coffee you are now tasting is a ten-year work of a labor — a romance, commitment, and love that is no longer present in the year of 2018. Every seed roasted from this small selection is a beautiful story of sweat and grit, one in which we are honored to take part. Hold up your glasses — this one is for you, Don Coto.

Brew: Drink this coffee black. Tasty as an espresso shot. Try it in your coffee maker. Enjoy!