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Alto Lino Estate • Altieri Specialty Coffee • Washed Caturra

dark chocolate • green apple • pear
medium / smooth

Sale price$28.23
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a chocolatey smooth and dynamic coffee that's great for any brewing method

This washed caturra from our longtime Panamanian partner, Altieri Specialty Coffee, showcases the dynamic, smooth, balanced profile that we've grown to love from this region. This bean makes the perfect jack of all trades and can operate as that traditional daily driver for any connoiseur.

flavor notes explained

dark chocolate - We chose dark chocolate because there was a definite, smooth bitterness that sat comfortably throughout the whole cup.

green apple - There was a touch of malic acidity in the cup that lended itself to a green apple. This bit of acidity is not meant to indicate that the profile is necessarily sour, but rather point to the type of acidity that comes through a bit as the cup cools.

pear - Pear is like an apple, but rounds out that smoothness. The texture of pear is more of what we’re thinking of as we take note; the smooth and sweet nature of pear ties in this note very directly.

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about the coffee

the farm


Alto Lino Estate

head producer

Altieri Specialty Coffee


Callejón Seco, Boquete






we love this family and have been buying from them for years

the bean

processing method

wet process



what we taste

dark chocolate • green apple • pear


complex • juicy

about Alto Lino Estate

Altieri Specialty Coffee is a family-owned group of coffee-growing farms from Boquete in Panama, founded by Eugene Altieri, an Italian American businessman residing in Panama. They have two farms located in Boquete, called Mima Estate in the area of Callejon Seco and Pipim Estate in the area of Alto Lino. They produce varieties of Geisha, Typica, Catuai, and Caturra. These prize-winning coffees are grown on the Eastern slope of the Baru Volcano, surrounded by the virgin cloud forests of the Baru National Park, at a height of between 1,600 and 2,200 meters above sea level, in an area known as Callejón Seco and Alto Lino. This area consists of volcanic soil, drained on the slope of the volcanic mountain, at an altitude where winds from the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans collide creating microclimates different from the rest of the country. After fifteen years of coffee growing and earning various awards, the second generation of the Altieri family is following Eugeneʼs legacy, working together to expand the Altieri Specialty Coffee brand.