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My favourite coffee tour in Guatemala - and I've done a fair few! Super informative, the guides are all lovely, they take you through the whole coffee process from seed to cup and you get to see the artisan proces...
We had a lovely day with "Don" Gregorio at his coffee plantation about 15 minutes outside of Antigua and ended with several bags of delicious coffee, new friends, and a newfound appreciation for everything that go...
In addition to the popular coffee tour, which you get the chance to visit the coffee plantation and learn the process of coffee production, the coffee tasting tour was one of the highlights of my visit to Antigua.
He did an excellent job of explaining the process -- from the arabica bean seedlings before planting, care through the growth cycle, picking of the beans, all the way through drying the beans and packaging.
You'll visit a carpentry workshop, walk through a very traditional town ... Most important part of the tour is a visit to the primary and secondary schools for underprivileged kids from the surrounding area.
Our tours were the Pacaya trip with private transport and the school/doll making class which we were happily surprised to learn included a chicken bus ride!
Shangrila Coffee Roastery San Marcos La Laguna
I while staying in San Marcos on the volcanic Lake Atitlan I heard about this local guy who was buying cherries directly from the farmers and processing and roasting the beans all on his land “Casa de Tim”.
Thanks to Tim for a thorough and insightful tour of his coffee roastery, and for the guided walk past coffee plantations.
This family owned coffee plantation was a delight,very well organised with quality guides.You could tell by the clenliness that this plantation was cared for.
The permaculture farm, high up a green valley behing the village of Tzununa, is a mix of diverse fruit and vegetable crops interspersed with shelters housing goats and chickens that provide the best manure for enh...
Our favorite lodging out of 4 places - Peaceful & Delicious
Eduardo invited us to his house where his charismatic and adorable wife Franziska roasted the coffee beans for us.
Hernando taught us a lot of the plants and Julio was an excellent translator.
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