The taste journeys at DABOV Specialty Coffee never stop, this time we take you on an unforgettable trip to faraway Guatemala. Located in the Central American region, this country is known as one of the world’s leading coffee producers.
Depending on where it is grown, Guatemalan coffee can be pleasantly sweet, with hints of chocolate and caramel. The coffee in this part of the world is also wonderful because of the rich volcanic soil, high altitude, and favorable climate. Among other things, Guatemala’s geological makeup is also perfect for growing a truly fantastic invigorating drink.
Bio coffee from the farm La Flor del Café in Guatemala – now also in DABOV Specialty Coffee
We at DABOV Specialty Coffee have prepared a surprise for you because our range of products now includes a new organic coffee from the Flor de Café farm in the Huehuetenango area. This is the first time we have offered our customers coffee from this farm, so we are excited to share its flavors with you.
At the same time, the coffee is completely organic, which means that it is grown in a completely organic way, without the use of pesticides and harmful chemicals.
The new Guatemala Bio product will pamper you with an exquisite taste of multi-chocolate and pine honey, which makes it suitable for fans of chocolate notes. Its type is 100% Arabica, and each sip will allow your senses to go on an unforgettable journey to the lands of Central America. The coffee is processed by the wet method, with the two varieties from which it is composed being one of the best for the region, namely the Katimore and Katuai varieties.
Flor de Café farm – a family tradition dating back to the 1940s
Every time you taste the fantastic coffee of the Flor de Café (“Coffee Flower”) farm in Guatemala, you are touching a family business dating back to the 1940s.
The farm was established by Osvaldo Perez and his brothers in 1940, starting with the cultivation of coffee on an area of 5.6 hectares of land. In 1982 Osvaldo died and his sons Mario Alfonso, Max Joel and Osvaldo Perez Ramirez took over the family business. Gradually, they began to apply new and improved techniques in the cultivation of coffee plantations, resulting in higher yields. The brothers are also not afraid to experiment, starting to work on new varieties such as Catimor, Catuai, and Pacamara.
In the early 1990s, Osvaldo Pérez Ramírez bought out his brothers’ shares, also buying the coffee farm next door. Gradually the business grew and to date, the farm reaches an area of 105 hectares of coffee and 35 hectares of virgin rainforest.
Nowadays, Flor de Café has its own wet and dry mills, housing for 150 permanent residents and one of the farm’s attractions – the so-called Casa Patronal – the house of Osvaldo Pérez Ramírez.
And so, after 90 years of continuous effort and development, today Flor de Café is one of the most well-known and well-liked coffee farms in the territory of Guatemala. The products of the “Coffee Flower” can now also be tasted in the range of DABOV Specialty Coffee, because our aspirations remain unchanged – to touch you with the best coffee that can be tasted on our beautiful planet. Enjoy it.
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