Mr. Samuel Coto purchased Panorama Capulin in 1977 from Mr. Manfredo Lipmann. Don Samuel continued to manage it until 1985. In 1985, Mr. Stuardo Coto, Don Samuel's son, took control, and since then, he began to gear the focus toward quality, productivity with social consciousness, and care for the environment. It is forbidden to hurt any animal in Finca El Platanillo, and the people who live there need permission to cut the trees around their houses. These goals have been the basis of all the constant improvement that the farm undertakes each year. Because these goals were always a priority, by the time certification programs such as RFA (Rain Forest Alliance), 4C, etc. came into existence; Finca El Platanillo was already in compliance with most of the requirements to obtain these certifications and became RFA certified in 2005.
Cupping notes include: Dark Chocolate, Green Tea, Molasses, Strawberry
This coffee was grown in Fraijanes, Mataquescuintla, San Marcos, Esquipulas
This coffee contains Geisha varietals (rare coffee).
This coffee was grown at an altitude of 1180 meters.
This bean goes through a natural process