La Bolsa #1 - Guatemala Filter
Ceylon Tee, Weiße Traube, Nougat

€59,60 / kg

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Citrusy like Ceylon tea, fruity like white grapes and sweet like nougat: this is our new filter coffee from Finca la Bolsa!

About the coffee

In 1550m above sea level grow the coffee plants of the farm La Bolsa. This filter coffee is a washed Caturra variety. It is a mutation of the Bourbon variety, but is much more productive in comparison. In addition, Caturra coffee plants are short in height, making it much easier for workers to pick the ripe cherries by hand during harvest. The cherries have either a red or slightly yellowish color.

This coffee has a medium body and a slightly tart flavor profile.

About the farm

Finca La Bolsa was founded in 1958 by Jorge Vides, a medical doctor. Located in La Libertad, Huehuetenango, the coffee plantation was more of a hobby than a business at the time.

Jorge Vides bought the land, which was still forested at the time, and started growing the Bourbon and Caturra coffee varieties. And he did so very successfully. Just four years later, "Anacafé" awarded him the title of "Distinguished Coffee Grower" for the exceptional cup quality his coffees achieve. His humanitarian spirit went beyond coffee production. In 1980, he founded a school that continues to operate on the farm today.

Meanwhile, Finca La Bolsa is Rainforest Alliance certified and has brought coffees to the final round of the Cup of Excellence. Jorge's incredible success is due to his commitment and the special attention he pays to the sustainability of cultivation and his role as a producer. For him - as for us - it is important that the living standards of his work in and his country improve, as well as the quality of the coffees he produces.


Coffee from Guatemala

There is evidence that coffee was grown in Guatemala before the year 1747. By 1880, coffee exports accounted for approximately 90% of Guatemala's exports. Guatemalan coffees have a variety of flavors: From light bodies with fruity, sweet and complex notes to heavy bodies with rich chocolatey notes.


Suited for

Recommended brewing ratio

16g Kaffee, 250g Wasser, mittlerer Mahlgrad, in etwa 2,5 min Brühzeit


Ceylon Tee, Weiße Traube, Nougat

Ceylon Tee

Weiße Traube



Ein sehr komplexes Geschmacksprofil mit Noten von Ceylon Tee, weißer Traue und Nougat.

About the coffee

Variety: Caturra

Processing: gewaschen

Altitude: 1550 m üNN

About the farm

Farm: Finca La Bolsa

Location: Huehuetenango

Coffee farmer: Familie Vides

Form of Operation: Familienbetrieben

Number of varieties: 2

Other varieties planted: Bourbon

coffee filter 19grams

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