About this item
- 100% Arabica, medium-dark roast coffee
- Whole bean
- Premium Guatemala coffee
- Resealable bag
Pablo's Pride® Gourmet Coffee, Whole Bean, Guatemala (2 lb.) is a unique blend featuring a rich and lively aroma, velvety body, low acidity and a sweet, pleasant aftertaste. One sip of Pablo's Pride Gourmet coffee and you'll feel like you're sitting on a cozy patio in the mountains of Guatemala, watching the sun go down.
What Makes Don Pablo's Specialty Coffees the Best?
With their own farms in Colombia, Don Pablo's Coffee is an extended family of coffee growers and roasters, and they have life-long relationships with growers in Guatemala and many other Central and South American countries. These relationships provide them with a dedicated supply of the finest specialty grade Arabica coffee available. They use only newly harvested beans, and never blend them with Robusta, defects, past crop or other fillers. Their quality grader on staff ensures the quality of every bean that they roast.
How Is Pablo's Pride Gourmet Coffee, Whole Bean, Guatemala Roasted?
Don Pablo's Coffee roasts their beans in small batches in a process that is half art and half science; caramelizing the natural sugars in the beans to bring out their optimum flavor. They don't over roast like some other brands.
Freshness Is Everything
Don Pablo's coffee roast to order in regional small-batch roasting facilities in the U.S. They never roast overseas, on a production schedule, or allow distributors to warehouse their coffee. They also do not require large minimum orders from you, guaranteeing that you get the freshest coffee possible. You can smell the difference in each bag!
How Do I Brew Pablo's Pride Gourmet Coffee, Whole Bean, Guatemala?
The best way to enjoy your cup of coffee, is to grind it at home right before you plan on enjoying it. For a balanced cup of coffee, we recommend 10 to 11 grams of coffee, or the equivalent to one slightly rounded tablespoon, per ¾ cup (6 oz) of water. Make your coffee as strong or as mild as you like by adjusting the ratio of coffee to water.