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  • Bag rendering of Santa Felisa Red Catuai coffee bag
  • Jeff Babcock, Zoka Founder and CEO at the cupping table at Santa Felisa Farm
  • Santa Felisa Farm owner Ananbella Meneses checks on Naturally drying coffee cherry.
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Guatemala Santa Felisa Red Catuai

Perfect as pour-over or cold brew

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More About Guatemala Santa Felisa Red Catuai

Perfect as pour-over or cold brew

Our newest release comes to us from woman-owned farm, Santa Felisa in Guatemala. This Red Catuai varietal is perfect as pour-over but also fantastic as cold brew! Notes of tangerine, blackberry and red apple sing through a perfect balance of sweetness and acidity. 

Established in 1904, Santa Felisa farm is now run by the fourth generation siblings under the guidance of the visionary agronomist, ecologist & Q-Grader Anabella Meneses. Anabella and her brother Antonio are multiple-time Cup of Excellence® winners, including first place for Guatemala in 2017. Anabella has a Master's Degree in Agronomy which probably influences the incredibly interesting post-harvest processing techniques she usees. The processing takes her coffees to the next level.

Jeff Babcock (Zoka Founder/CEO) first met Anabella through a friend in the coffee world. Since then, he's visited her farm numerous times. And applauded her through Santa Felisa's Cup of Excellence® wins. The cupping table at Santa Felisa Farm is one of Jeff's favorite places. 

Photos: Jeff at the Cupping Table in Guatemala, March 2023 / Farm Owner Anabella Meneses checking on Naturally drying coffee cherry.  

Region – Acatenango region of Guatemala.
Farm - Santa Felisa - 4th generation, owner-operated, woman-led. 
Varietal – Red Catuai 
Process - Natural 
Elevation – 1,550 meters 
Roast – Light
Tasting Notes - Tangerine, chocolate, red apple. A nice, sweet coffee. 

Brewing Suggestions: Pour-over, Cold Brew. 

Multi-year Cup of Excellence® winning farm.  

Meet fourth generation Santa Felisa owner, Anabella Meneses, here: 

Video Credit: Brett Renville