Guatemala Cimarron: Tastes like Pears and Cinnamon

Guatemala Cimarron: Tastes like Pears and Cinnamon

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Brought to us by ASOPCE (Association of Special Coffee Producers of Huehuetenango), a farmers association dedicated to providing support and representation to 450 small-lot cooperative families that produce about a half a dozen classic varietals. The best lots are meticulously blended to delicious result: Cimarron.

Loosely translated to Wild and Untamed, this absolute banger of a brew is just that. On the tip of the grind, heady aromas of chocolate and cinnamon belie the massive Fruit-berg in the cup below: A juicy mouthful of apples, oranges and pears, oh my!

This coffee has us shouting:

“I AM a contender!”

Wrong movie. Right on. We love you a Bunch!

Light roasted for drip and press. 


All orders ship within two business days. 

If your delivery address is within 2 miles of NW Portland, input the discount code "LOCAL" at checkout for a 10% discount. 

We are happy to grind your coffee for you or to include extra bags if you like; please include all details for your order in order notes. We will contact you shortly after you check out if we have any questions.


We serve this coffee as both espresso and drip in our shops.  We use 20g ground espresso to produce 40g brewed espresso in 30 seconds.  If you don't have a scale and the espresso is between 7 and 14 days old, just aim for a volume a little over 2 ounces for a double.  Please note this coffee is delicious as straight espresso but can get lost in milk; if you prefer a stronger espresso for milk drinks we recommend using the Blendo Stupendo. Of course, feel free to experiment with the parameters to find your perfect coffee.  If our parameters make the espresso taste sour or bitter to you, just increase your brewed amount a few grams up if it's sour or a few grams down if it's bitter.  For our drip coffee, the parameters vary a little because we use a refractometer to control strength at 1.35% TDS, but if you don't have a refractometer just use about 12 grams of coffee for every 8 ounces of water.  Please contact us with any brewing related questions!