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Café La Esperanza - Antigua, Guatemala
Café La Esperanza - Antigua, Guatemala
Café La Esperanza - Antigua, Guatemala
Café La Esperanza - Antigua, Guatemala
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Café La Esperanza - Antigua, Guatemala

Suave - Notes of apricots and roasted almonds

Origine Pure - Washed coffee - 100% Arabica

Guatemala La Esperanza coffee is a delicious expression of the fertile lands of the Antigua region, Guatemala. Carefully cultivated by the experts at Finca La Esperanza and its producer Josué, this coffee offers a refined sensory experience with its smooth notes of apricots and roasted almonds. Each cup is an invitation to discover the rich flavors of this exceptional terroir.

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About this café

In the heart of the impressive volcanoes of Antigua, Guatemala, lies Finca La Esperanza, a 6-hectare coffee plantation. The rich volcanic soils and surrounding mountains allow the coffee varieties to grow in the best conditions. After harvesting, which takes place between January and May, the beans undergo a process known as"washed coffee", allowing them to develop their full aromatic potential.

  • Origin
    Guatemala
  • Region
    Antigua
  • Variety
    Bourbon, Villa Sarchi, Caturra
  • Process
    Café Lavé
  • Altitude
    1550m

Our team discovers Finca La Esperanza

In February 2024, part of the Torrefactory team had the privilege of visiting Finca La Esperanza in Guatemela and meeting Los Volcanes project manager Josué Morales, who was able to tell them all about the exceptional history of this plantation. Josué and his team embarked on a remarkable journey to Finca La Esperanza in Antigua Guatemala. In 2012, the farm was like a blank canvas, barren and struggling. Despite the challenges caused by leaf rust, they chose the Villa Sarchi variety, prioritizing quality over quantity. Divided into four quadrants, each with different tree densities, the farm has become a living laboratory. 

Despite setbacks, including frost in 2017 and excess phosphorus from a volcanic eruption, they persevered. Through dedication and innovation, they revitalized the soil, sharing their know-how with the country's coffee growers. Despite adversity, La Esperanza flourished, producing award-winning harvests. Looking to the future, they plan to renovate with new varieties, but La Esperanza will always remain their heart, a place where lessons are learned and shared, where old trees tell stories of resilience and collaboration with neighboring farms like El Pintado.

Roasting For Impact

At Torrefactory, we firmly believe in the positive impact of coffee, both for you and for the environment and everyone involved.
Our "Roasting For Impact" vision focuses on three pillars: offering quality coffee fairly sourced and artisanally roasted in Belgium, aiming for carbon neutrality by reducing our environmental footprint at every stage, and promoting sustainable relationships with you, our producers and our team.
Every cup of Torrefactory coffee you enjoy contributes to this vision.

Hand-roasted coffees.

Torrefactory coffees are roasted weekly by hand to guarantee an extraordinary tasting experience.

From the coffee cherry to your cup, we pay particular attention to every stage of production. We've been awarded the "Certified Craftsman" label for this detail.
Our products speak for themselves, so do our customers

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