Francisco Salucio Ramirez
1750 - 1850masl
Caturra and Bourbon
Francisco Salucio Ramirez is a second-generation coffee farmer from the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala.
Located up in the mountains of Concepcion Huista, his farm, Mumuxa, translates from the local indigenous language Popti as “Continuous Rain” which perfectly reflects its cold and rainy climate. Francisco’s 11.8-hectare farm yields around 2,000 kg of coffee cherry each year.
His cherries are de-pulped on the same day as picking and left to ferment in water for 48 hours. After the coffee is washed, it is left for another 12 hours to soak in clean water. This so-called “double washing” technique produces exceptional results by strengthening the coffee’s natural flavours.
Orders received before 10am will be roasted and shipped same-day (Mon-Friday) Orders after 10am will be roasted and shipped the following day. All customers in the UK benefit from flat rate postage at £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.