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

Passport Coffee & Tea

Organic Guatemalan

  • Organic Guatemalan
  • Organic Guatemalan
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Passport Coffee & Tea

Organic Guatemalan

Many characteristics of Fraijanes Fancy SHB contribute to producing exceptional coffee. With plenty of rain, high and variable humidity, a wide temperature range and volcanic soil this creates a superior Guatemalan Fraijanes coffee. Pacaya, the most active of Guatemala’s three live volcanoes, supplies the Fraijanes region with a light deposit of ash every so often, giving the soil an important mineral boost. The region of Fraijanes is located north of Lake Amatitlan, in the mountains surrounding the Valley of Ermita, where Guatemala City is located.
 Our unique coffee grows in the western highlands of Guatemala at an elevation well over 5,200 feet.

While Antigua is known to exhibit the typical Guatemalan coffee, the SHB Fancy Faijanes displays a fuller body. The region's mineral rich volcanic soil creates a distinct flavor with low acid and chocolate overtones.

The people of the region depend on the cultivation of coffee for their success in life. These growers are committed to keeping the quality of the coffee cultivation superior, thus organizing themselves as a cooperative.  This helps improve the social and economic conditions of all those involved in the cultivation and development of this unique and rare Guatemalan coffee.

 All our imported coffee starts with the highest quality beans. We custom roast each coffee to order.


Cooperative Fraijanes, Guatemala

Growing Altitude

5,200-6000 ft

Arabica Variety

Bourbon, Catuaí, Caturra, Pache

Harvest Period


Milling Process

Washed and sun-dried


Cherry, lemon, strawberry, chocolate


Buttery, nice


Juicy, bright

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