A sweet combination of orange sherbet and buttery chocolate. This is desert island coffee.
Arturo Aguirre Sr. and Arturo Aguirre Jr.
For decades, the Aguirre family of Finca El Injerto have pushed the boundaries of quality, innovation, and sustainable farming practices in the coffee world. We are proud to have worked with father and son team Arturo Aguirre Jr. and Arturo Aguirre Sr. for the last seventeen years.
Since 1905, Finca El Injerto has produced exceptional coffee with a commitment to respecting and preserving the natural resources of the Huehuetenango region. More than half of the land at El Injerto is a protected forest. Natural spring water is used throughout El Injerto’s operations: to feed their trout farm, to move and process coffee, and to power their hydroelectric plant. In 2017, El Injerto became the first Guatemalan farm to obtain carbon neutral certification.