Finca San Antonio covers an extension of 100 hectares that run in a range of altitudes between 1,400 and 1,800 meters above sea level. The area is considered to be in a Sub Tropical Rain Forest and is part of the extinct volcano of Tecuamburro. Its in a straight line 50 kms away from the Pacific Ocean, and every day at noon it receives the influence of the winds changing with the tide allowing for the cold winds from the north to come in and alter the whole behavior of the warmth felt during the morning. There are at least 100 different species of trees planted in the farm, which are graced with the presence of 28 species of birds along with other wild animals such as deer, squirrels and wild cats that are drawn to be in the forest because of the seven water springs that can be found inside the farm. The main landmark of the farm is a lagoon that is fed by the farm’s five natural springs.
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Guatemala Finca San AntonioFarm Coffee
Cedar, herbal notes and walnut
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