Finca Medina

$21.00
Finca Medina
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Maraschino Cherries & Hot Toddy

Roast: Light

Process: Black Honey

Origin : Village of San Lorenzo El Cubo - Antigua, Guatemala

Varietals: Marsellesa & Bourbon

Altitude: 1,600 masl

Nestled among three volcanoes, Acatenango, Fuego, and Agua, the city of Antigua's climate, high altitude, fertile volcanic soils, and a distinct agricultural tradition make this city an ideal location for producers like Finca Medina, a company that has been producing quality coffee since 1842. Located in the village of San Lorenzo El Cubo, in the region of Ciudad Vieja, Finca Medina includes two estates, one named after the organization itself and the other called Anexo Portal.

At both farms, the staff implements some of the most modern processing technology we’ve seen in Latin America, contributing to each coffee’s consistency and quality. In addition, Finca Medina has been a member of the Antigua Coffee Producers Association since 2000 and has maintained a focus on producing Rainforest Alliance-certified coffees in recent years.

Finca Los Angeles is on the west side of the village of Hoja Blanca, Mexico almost visible down the valley to the northwest. Rising from 1525 to 1800 MASL, Arturo's lots exist on two sides of a sheer ridgeline. Mature Chalum, Mandarín, and Capulin trees rise at angles, providing afternoon shade for the Bourbon, Caturra, and Maragogype plants below. Pure mountain spring water is used for processing their coffees.

Description

Maraschino Cherries & Hot Toddy

Roast: Light

Process: Black Honey

Origin : Village of San Lorenzo El Cubo - Antigua, Guatemala

Varietals: Marsellesa & Bourbon

Altitude: 1,600 masl

Nestled among three volcanoes, Acatenango, Fuego, and Agua, the city of Antigua's climate, high altitude, fertile volcanic soils, and a distinct agricultural tradition make this city an ideal location for producers like Finca Medina, a company that has been producing quality coffee since 1842. Located in the village of San Lorenzo El Cubo, in the region of Ciudad Vieja, Finca Medina includes two estates, one named after the organization itself and the other called Anexo Portal.

At both farms, the staff implements some of the most modern processing technology we’ve seen in Latin America, contributing to each coffee’s consistency and quality. In addition, Finca Medina has been a member of the Antigua Coffee Producers Association since 2000 and has maintained a focus on producing Rainforest Alliance-certified coffees in recent years.

Finca Los Angeles is on the west side of the village of Hoja Blanca, Mexico almost visible down the valley to the northwest. Rising from 1525 to 1800 MASL, Arturo's lots exist on two sides of a sheer ridgeline. Mature Chalum, Mandarín, and Capulin trees rise at angles, providing afternoon shade for the Bourbon, Caturra, and Maragogype plants below. Pure mountain spring water is used for processing their coffees.

Process: Black Honey

Origin : Village of San Lorenzo El Cubo - Antigua, Guatemala

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