Finca Pena Blanca
1400 - 1500 masl
Rich volcanic soil, low humidity, sunny days and cool nights characterise the Antigua Coffee region. This valley is surrounded by three volcanoes; Agua, Fuego and Acatenango. Volcanic pumics in the sol retains moisture which helps ofset the lack of rain fall. During harvest the coffee cherries are hand picked and then sun dried on patios for 15-20 days depending on temperature & rainfall. The cofee is then rested in jute, before being preapred for export. This sundried Pacamara is one of the most complex examples of Guatemalan coffees we’ve ever experienced.
We aim to ship all orders on the same day. For roasted coffees the cut off is 10 am for same day roasting and shipping. All customers in the UK benefit from flat rate postage at £2.95 (up to 2kg) via the Royal Mail 48 Tracked parcel service*, with the option of expedited postage via the Royal Mail 24 Tracked parcel service for a flat rate cost of £3.95.
Pricing for coffee purchases outside of the UK is as follows;
Coffee is 0% VAT. Equipment pricing shown on our website is inclusive of VAT.
Roastery is open Monday – Friday excluding Bank holidays.
Orders received before 10 am will be roasted and shipped the same day.
Orders after 10 am will be roasted and shipped the following day.
Royal mail 24 takes 1-2 days.
Royal mail 48 takes 2-3 days.