December 24

December 24


Have you got that De javu feeling? You should have. 

Today we have the same roaster, same country, same variety, same farm, same harvest. The only difference is the processing method. 

Did you save some beans? Brew a cup of yesterdays cofffee and a cup of todays and taste the difference a processing method can make.

A huge part of why we exists is to offer a deeper coffee experience. To be able to put this natural lot together with yesterdays washed lot is a dream come true, and the first time we've had the opportunity to achieve it. A perfect way to finish off the year. 

Last year we kicked off our calendar with Ozone Coffee Roasters. El Limon, natural. This year we're ending with it. 

(Words by Ozone Coffee Roasters) Finca El Limon is one of 3 farms that form San Patricio Estate, owned and operated by Guadalupe Alberto ‘Beto’ Reyes and the Reyes family.

Ozone have worked with the Reyes family for 3 years now. A loyal relationship and friendship has developed, and the farms have gone from strength to strength in infrastructure and coffee quality over this time. The family are always keen to innovate in the pursuit of flavour and quality – values intrinsically shared by both Has Bean and Ozone Coffee Roasters.

The more established Finca El Limon is definitely the ‘jewel in the crown’. Purchased by the family 22 years ago, along with renovating older areas of coffee they began terracing and new planting coffee 9 years ago. El Limon features established shade cover trees, high altitude and excellent aspect to the sun, resulting in the long maturing of coffee, high levels of sugar and consistent levels of coffee production.

  • Region: Palencia, Guatemala
  • Producer: Guadalupe Alberto ‘Beto’ Reyes and the Reyes family

  • Variety: Pacamara

  • Process: Natural, patio dried

  • Altitude: 1600 - 1800 masl

If you've enjoyed this, see what else Ozone Coffee Roasters have to offer here.

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