Fort Collins , CO
Guatemala PacayaLima Coffee Roasters
Tasting notes: Dark chocolate, Brown sugar & Dried cherry Medium dark roast
Notes from the curator
The Pacaya volcano is located in the southern edge of a sizable volcanic caldera which contains the Amatitlan Lake. San Vicente Pacaya's coffee growing areas start at altitudes of 1500 masl. Adequate rain, soil, and humidity provide optimal growing conditions and an excellent opportunity for coffee beans to develop complex, chocolate notes.
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3 / 5
by Matt Martz
Decent. MUCH better than the other two coffees I tried from this roaster. Would I buy it again. No.
very balanced cup
5 / 5
I found this coffee very balanced and very enjoyable!
really good !
5 / 5
I really enjoyed this cup.
I loved this coffee! the cherry added just a hint of sweetness/tartness that added nicely to the overall taste. Very rich, nice flavor!
5 / 5
by Laura Steck
Too much cherry
2 / 5
by Jake Grether