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El Diamanta | Guatemala Coffee

El Diamanta | Guatemala Coffee

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Introducing El Diamanta coffee, a flavorful blend of caramel, candy bar, and fruit notes that will awaken your senses and delight your taste buds. Crafted with care and precision, this coffee delivers a rich and complex flavor profile, perfect for coffee connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike.

Product Information

  • Roast: Medium
  • Ingredients: Caramel, Candy bar, Fruit
  • Countries: Guatemala
  • Process: Washed
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Coffee Craftsmanship at its Best

From Purity to Precision, Savor Excellence in Every Sip

  • Purity in Every Cup:

    Our coffee stands out with the washed process, meticulously removing outer layers and defective beans. This ensures a pure and clean flavor profile, allowing you to savor the true essence of the coffee bean without any unwanted elements.

  • Crafted for Consistency:

    With a focus on quality, our beans undergo a rigorous process from cherry to shipment. The careful washing, soaking, and drying stages, combined with precise sorting, guarantee a consistently exceptional product in every batch. Enjoy a reliable and delightful coffee experience with each cup.

  • Precision Roasting Excellence:

    Employing the state-of-the-art Loring S15, our coffee is meticulously roasted with precision to unlock and accentuate each bean's natural flavors, ensuring a consistently high-quality brew.

  • Eco-Friendly Innovation:

    Our commitment to sustainability is reflected in the Loring S15, the most energy-efficient roaster in the market. By choosing our coffee, you're not just savoring exceptional flavors but also supporting environmentally conscious practices in coffee production.

Know More About Our Coffee

What Is  The Washed Coffee Process

In the washed coffee process, outer layers of the cherry are removed, exposing green coffee beans. After agitation in water tanks, beans soak, allowing defective ones to float and be removed. Following drying in the sun, hulled beans are sorted and packaged for shipment.

What Is  E.A. Deaf Process:?

Ethyl Acetate (E.A.) decaffeination method is a process that gently removes caffeine from coffee beans. Through a water and ethyl acetate solution, caffeine is extracted and separated, leaving behind decaffeinated coffee beans. This natural method, found in fruits like bananas and apples, is less intrusive and is employed in some of our coffee varieties for a wholesome decaffeination process.

What Is The Wet-Hulled Process

The wet-hulled process, or Giling Basah, unique to Sumatra and Indonesia, involves immediate removal of coffee cherry pulp after harvest. After fermentation, washing, and drying, the green coffee beans are revealed by removing the outer parchment layer. This process imparts a distinctive flavor profile—earthy, spicy, and herbal, characterized by low acidity and a robust body.

About Coffee From Ethiopia

Ethiopia, hailed as coffee's birthplace, is a key coffee producer in Africa, mainly driven by smallholder farmers. Renowned for distinctive flavors from regions like Uraga and Yirgacheffe, coffee thrives at high altitudes using traditional methods. Hand-picked beans are sun-dried on raised beds and exported globally for roasting. Despite challenges like low productivity, initiatives like farmer cooperatives aim to enhance Ethiopia's coffee industry.

About Coffee From Colombia:

As one of the world's leading coffee producers, Colombia plays a pivotal role in its economy, providing employment for over 600,000 individuals. Renowned for its premium Arabica coffee, Colombia boasts a mild and smooth flavor profile that appeals to global consumers. The labor-intensive process of coffee harvesting is predominantly carried out by small-scale farmers and their families. Colombia's commitment to quality, coupled with stringent control measures, has elevated its coffee to a favored choice among discerning consumers worldwide.

About Coffee From Sumatra

Sumatra, Indonesia, sees small-scale farmers using traditional methods to grow primarily Arabica coffee in high-altitude, volcanic soil conditions. Grown under tree canopies, this method protects plants, provides wildlife habitat, and yields a unique, earthy flavor through distinctive wet-hulled or dried-hulled processing.