Stuardo Coto, Natural Pacamara, Guatemala

Stuardo Coto, Natural Pacamara, Guatemala

Regular price $19.50 Sale

Huge Pacamara beans. Huge buttery flavor. 

12oz bag > Shipping included.

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 bio

Tasting notes: White Wine | Strawberry Milk | Rose Water

Single-Origins: San Marcos, Guatemala

Varietal: Pacamara

Altitude: 1650m

Process: Naturally processed

Roaster: West Oak Coffee Roasters | Denton, TX

Roast Level: Medium

Details: The Pacamara varietal is distinct not only by its delicious flavors but by the huge size of the coffee beans. Stuardo Coto is a man, a myth, a legend. When he first decided to grow this impossibly beautiful variety on his farm, we waited three years for harvest to peak. The coffee you are now tasting is a ten-year work of a labor — a romance, commitment, and love to finding the perfect cup. 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: Great black. Very tasty with milk. Lovely as an espresso shot. Try it in your coffee maker.

crop to cup bio

Tasting notes: White Wine | Strawberry Milk | Rose Water

Single-Origins: San Marcos, Guatemala

Varietal: Pacamara

Altitude: 1650m

Process: Naturally processed

Roaster: West Oak Coffee Roasters | Denton, TX

Roast Level: Medium

Details: The Pacamara varietal is distinct not only by its delicious flavors but by the huge size of the coffee beans. Stuardo Coto is a man, a myth, a legend. When he first decided to grow this impossibly beautiful variety on his farm, we waited three years for harvest to peak. The coffee you are now tasting is a ten-year work of a labor — a romance, commitment, and love to finding the perfect cup. 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: Great black. Very tasty with milk. Lovely as an espresso shot. Try it in your coffee maker.