This coffee is 100% bourbon, an arabica varietal. In the early 1700s, French missionaries introduced this Yemenese varietal to Bourbon Island (now Réunion Island) - thus, giving it the name it has today. The bourbon varietal was introduced to Brazil around 1860, where it rapidly spread throughout South and Central America. It is ideally suited for high altitudes. Our Guatemalan Antigua Los Volcanes is planted at an elevation of about 5,000 feet above sea level and is grown under strict standards with total regard for the environment.
The taste and flavor is fruity-spicy with a creamy, medium-to-full body. It has a sweet acidity.
Guatemalan Antigua Los Volcanes is a Dark roast.