Our capsules are compatible with Nespresso Original machines. *Not compatible with Vertuoline machines

Our Antigua blend comes from one of the most recognized farms in Antigua. In Antigua Guatemala, surrounded by volcanoes, baroque-style churches, and ruins, this coffee is grown at an altitude of more than 1800 meters over volcanic soil. This distinctive type of soil is rich in minerals, has low stone, a lot of sun, cold nights and a dense shade that protects it from frost, with shades of oaks. This coffee has the stamp of Genuine old Bourbon Yellow Variety, which guarantees the origin and quality of the coffee, based on the standard assigned that led to our coffee’s national reputation..

Our Antigua Intenso comes from one of the most recognized farms in Antigua, which started harvesting coffee in 1875. This coffee bean is grown at an altitude of more than 1800 meters above sea level, ensuring the quality of the coffee. With the seal of Genuino Antigua, we can guarantee the origin and quality of the coffee, based on the standards that led to our coffee’s national reputation for quality, freshness, and specialty..

Finca Calderas, located in the department of Jutiapa of the Nuevo Oriente region, was acquired at the beginning of 1991. This farm was one of the first farms in the village to start experimenting with coffee production. The farm has 148 acres, with 86.5 acres used for coffee production. With the new crop production back in 1991, also came a new source of employment for the community. Before coffee was planted in this piece of land, there were no jobs close enough for members of the community and many people had to travel long distances to surrounding villages in order to find work opportunities

Of the non-volcanic regions of Guatemala, Huehuetenango is the highest and most dry. In its mountains, caressed by arid and dry winds that protect them from frost, coffee is grown in heights that reach 2,000 meters above sea level. Our coffee comes from Todos Los Santos, Huehuetenango and is grown by 7 brothers who produce only 110 (100 lb) export bags per year for selected vendors..

The coffee plantations in this region began during the colonial era, it was the farmers who brought the first coffee seeds in the community in order to produce coffee for export.The whole population is engaged in agricultural production, with the majority of producers are women and coffee being the primary source of income in the area. In the recent years they have introduced macadamia and plantains as a diversification of crops in the area. It takes up two hours by car, it is very difficult to travel with vehicles due to poor road access, making this organic specialty coffee and a very special and limited edition. ..

The members of the community were this coffee is produced, come from the highlands of San Marcos and Huehuetenango. These families used to be producers of corn and vegetables, until they moved south in the year 2000, and switched their production to organic coffee. This small-lot organic coffee plantation is overseen by 17 women and 75 men, who hand-pick and take great care of their small and special lot to ensure the quality of their coffee. ..

Our capsules are compatible with Nespresso Original machines. *Not compatible with Vertuoline machines