Andres Godolfredo Cano is a second-generation coffee producer in the town of San Antonio Huista in Huehuetenango. During the harvest he makes sure that only the ripest cherries are picked and depulped the same day of the picking. Andres fermented his coffee with water for 36 hours. After the monitored fermentation process the coffee was washed and laid on patios to dry in the sun for four days. The coffee was stored in a cool and dry warehouse.

The name of Andres’ farm is called Buena Vista, “A goof view”. He named the farm due to its location on the highest part of the mountains of San Antonio Huista.


Region/Province Guatemala, Huehuetenango

Buena Vista Farm

Growing Altitude 1750-1820 m.a.s.l.
Arabica Variety

Caturra and Bourbon

Processing method Washed, sundried on patio
Certification Not certificated
Packaging 69 kg GrainPro bags

Cupping Notes


Yellow Fruits, elegant, floral and blackberries