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Guatemalan Medium Roast

5.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)

$11.25


• Roast: Medium
• Body: Medium to Full
• Roast Temp: 429˚F
• Acidity: Medium
• Flavor: Nutty, warm spices, caramel sweetness and mild fruitiness

Guatemalan coffees grow in rich volcanic soil in a spectacular rugged landscape. Guatemala’s microclimates have a strong influence on the quality and flavors of beans. Guatemala is the major coffee producer of the Central American region.
Guatemalan medium roast is a medium bodied coffee with a distinct rich nutty flavor in the cup, with a complex taste of fruited notes and a chocolaty to spicy ending with a lingering finish. This coffee appeals to an adventurous coffee drinker with discerning tastes.

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Product Description

Union Place Coffee Roasters, proudly purchases Sustainable Farmed 100% Arabica beans from socially and ethically responsible importers. Our importers are committed to creating a win-win for all, the farmer, the importer and the consumer. By providing training in agricultural best practices, water conservation and farm management and helping coffee farmers form collective, which improves life of farmers and farming families. By assisting coffee farmers reduce costs, increase production of high quality coffee beans and negotiate better prices for their coffee crops coffee communities improve their quality of life. We are proud to partner with these quality importers.

Guatemalan medium roast coffee is developed for a medium body with a distinct rich nutty flavor in the cup, often with a complex taste that has fruited notes, chocolaty to spicy ending with a  lingering finish.

Additional Information

Grind Type

Whole Bean, French Press, Auto Drip

2 reviews for Guatemalan Medium Roast

  1. Ryan
    5 out of 5

    :

    This Guatemalan is a great, complex bean. I brew espresso at home, and while most prefer a dark, oily roast for espresso, I was quite surprised by how well this bean held up to the brewing method. Using a lighter roast for espresso produces different results than the typical heavy/smoky/roasty bold flavors one might find at a big chain coffee shop. The Guatemalan yielded a very fruity, creamy shot with good body, but very little of the smoky assertiveness of a darker roast. There were definite hazelnut notes with a dark fruit finish. I’ll definitely be buying this again.

  2. Lynda
    5 out of 5

    :

    This is one of my favorites! But the rest of the blends are just as good. I love going to your store and trying the new flavors and different ways to brew them.

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