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Since 1983, we roast all our coffees to order and blend our own teas.

Passport Coffee & Tea

Guatemala El Pulcal- Limited Time

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Passport Coffee & Tea

Guatemala El Pulcal- Limited Time

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Because of the recent effects in the area we have a limited supply left.

El Pulcal is a farm direct coffee. Sourcing sustainable, high quality coffee is our highest priority. It is important the land is being preserved and the work conditions are fair. After visiting the farm and cupping coffee throughout the Antigua region of Guatemala, this coffee stood out as one of the best. Hacienda Carmona where Pulcal is grown is surrounded by three volcanos and located on the southern slopes of Vulcan de Agua. The volcanic soil, natural shade, high altitude, and rainfall all combine to make a balanced and unique coffee.

The Zelaya family has run this farm for 4 generations. Maria Zelaya owns the farm and was a gracious host. We toured her colonial style hacienda and saw the coffee being hand picked and dried on patios. We were able to buy an entire lot from the farmers directly. The lot we selected cupped with the highest characteristics.


Tasting notes:
 Milk chocolate, caramel, floral hints, balanced body with a clean aftertaste.
Bean Profile:


Hacienda Camona, Antigua, Gautemala

Total Farm Area:

105 Hectares.


Main crop: December – April


Traditionally washed and milled on the farm


1,600 – 2,000 masl

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