＊There are a lot of worm-eaten beans in this batch . If you care about the defect ratio, please choose carefully＊
Santa Isabel Manor won the Guatemala COE in 2012, and also won the championship in this year's (2016) Coban Rainforest local competition . The estate is located in the Cobain appellation of San Cristobal Verapaz and is surrounded by majestic peaks, rainforest and beautiful floral vegetation. The Santa Isabel estate has been growing coffee since 1875, the same year the President of Guatemala gave the estate to the current owner, the Valdes family. This estate attaches great importance to the operation of the ecological system of the environment. About 100 hectares are reforested areas, planting pine and cypress and other plants that can help water conservation. In addition, the environment here is rich in species diversity, and the peel of the coffee fruit is also used as a fertilizer for the soil, allowing the species in this area to continue and breed more new life.
In the Santa Isabel Manor, the coffee berries are mainly hand-picked by local women , and the cherry berries that are hand-picked and ripe are selected. Peeling and pulping mills use less water than in the past, and the water is recycled for use. The coffee is processed by partial fermentation and secondary infiltration to achieve a more consistent quality. The drying method is through the sun, greenhouse or Guardiola dryer.
- Manor: Finca Santa Isabel, Santa Isabel
-Award winning record: 2012 COE third place manor, Cobain production area competition for 12 consecutive years champion
- Certification: Starbucks CAFE
-Production area: Keban rainforest production area
- Planting altitude: 1400-1600m
- Soil: fertile clay
- Shade tree: Inga
- Annual rainfall: 3000-4000mm
- Varieties: Caturra, Catuai
- Treatment method: washing treatment method
－Production Season : 2021-22 Crop
- Moisture content: 11.4%
- Density: 846 g/L
- Flavors: Orange, plum, lime, asparagus, bright malic acid .