Guatemala Antigua Coffee, Strength 3, Medium Roast


by Brown Bear Coffee

£6.49 £6.99

Coffee is in every Guatemalan’s blood and is also a part of the culture as coffee is Guatemala’s No 1 export - and with good reason - as its Central Highlands are ideal for coffee growing. Indeed, coffees grown around the historic town of Antigua, surrounded by volcanoes in Southern Guatemala, with its high altitude and volcanic soil, deliver consistently fantastic Washed Process coffees and an elegant brew with sweet, caramel and dark chocolate notes completed with a clean finish.

5% of sales donated to Free the Bears UK Charity with over 950 bears rescued & bear sanctuaries across SE Asia. £13,848 donated to Free The Bears since 2020.

Weight  1kg, 227g


Whole Beans, Ground

Roast Strength Medium Roast
Country of Origin Guatemala
Coffee Type Caffeinated


Amazingly fresh coffee beans
Brown Bear’s freshly roasted coffee beans are packed and heat-sealed into our coffee bags to keep the beany goodness and flavour inside.

Freshly ground coffee
Our fresh, pre-ground coffee is a simple, convenient option if you don’t have a home grinder. The coffee grind coarseness (our Omni grind) is perfect for cafetières (French press), drip filters and can also be used in the Aeropress, Moka pots and coffee percolators. We’d always recommend whole beans for absolute freshness but if you do opt for pre-ground, it’s always best to keep in an airtight container, away from light and use as quickly as possible.

About Brown Bear Coffee

From bean to bag, Brown Bear makes sure that your coffee is packed with flavour and has been sourced responsibly.

5% of our sales go to Free the Bears UK.

Since the birth of the Free the Bears Charity in 1995, sanctuaries have been built in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. Centuries old traditions which had long been using bears as commodities have been challenged and abolished. Through the work of this charity, they have been able to give hundreds of bears a life of tranquillity and peace, free from pain and suffering.

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