Antigua may be to coffee what the regions of Burgundy and Champagne are to wine.
These agricultural lands are famous for their passion and tradition, for exemplifying the best qualities of their respective beverages.
This lush part of southern Guatemala is nestled among three volcanoes. The high altitude and loamy soil create conditions that are nearly ideal for coffee growers and coffee lovers alike.
And love this coffee we do. It’s an elegant affair: refined in its acidity, identified by the pedigree of its gentle spice flavours and subtle cocoa-like texture.
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- Tasting Notes:
- Cocoa & Soft Spice
- Enjoy with:
- A Belgian chocolate cornflake square beneath a flowering bougainvillea.
- Latin America
For more than a decade, Starbucks has worked with Conservation International to develop and implement the C.A.F.E. Practices program. C.A.F.E. Practices is a comprehensive set of environmental, social and economic guidelines Starbucks uses to ethically source its coffee. Starbucks invites coffee cooperatives, farms and supply networks of all sizes and scale to participate. Learn more.
You might also like our well-balanced and nutty Colombia, another gem from Latin America.