Guatemalan Antigua (light) Estate Reserve

Bourbon Variety

Fresh, crisp, and clean flavor profile with a malty sweet aroma. You'll find lots of citrusy lemon with hints of brown sugar, dried fruit. A very easy drinking coffee, Light-bodied with bright acidity and a slightly dry chocolatey finish

Region:  Guatemala; Antigua (Cobon Estate)

Body: Light

Notes: Lemon, brown sugar, dried fruit

Process: Wet

Balance: Acidity is the brightness that coffee offers. Some palates register this as sour or tangy. Some delight in its fruity complexities.

Alternatively, boldness can taste rich and bittersweet like dark chocolate. Some palates register this as heavy or smoky. Some delight in its rich, spicy caramelized sugars.

Balanced coffees will have a nice mixture of both attributes so that one does not overpower the other.


Antigua is one of seven separate coffee regions on the volcanic slopes in Guatemala. It’s strictly hard bean (the top grade) of theBourbon variety and grows at 4000-5000 feet above sea level under a canopy of trees. Bean Hoppers sources coffee from the Cobon group of smallholder estates. The shade of these trees provides a balanced atmosphere for the coffee plant and the organic material produced enriches the soil and protects it against erosion.Guatemala contains the largest coffee forest in Central America.