El Manantial

Single Estate

Grown by The Guerrero Family
El Manantial

The Guerreros made this superb producer blend of organic Typica and Pache resulting in well-balanced body and acidity. Notes of dried fruits and sweet almond hit the nose among a strong toffee aroma that grows more distinct as the coffee cools. The name, "El Manantial," comes from the creek that parts Guerrero’s farm into two sections. We like to think this has something to do with dual nature of flavors to be found in this refreshingly clean cup.

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  • Tasting notes

    Toffee, dried fruits, sweet almonds

  • Roast


  • Body


  • Acidity



  • Process


  • Fermentation

    Anaerobic, pulped, 24 hours

  • Drying

    Raised drying beds, covered

Origin details

  • Origin


  • Region

    San Ignacio, Cajamarca

  • Varietals

    Typica, Pache

  • Elevation

    5741 ft. (1750 meters)

  • Certifications

    Organic, Fair Trade

  • Sourced

    Sourced & imported by Khomanta

  • Producer

    The Guerrero Family

30% of the profits made from the Guerrero's coffee goes directly into their pockets and their community.

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