La Bugambilia farm is a 40-hectare area located 20 miles from Guatemala City, in the southeast region of Guatemala; 18 hectares are destined for coffee production with the agroforestry system. In addition, there is a forest reserve with native trees, including oaks, pines, and cypress.
La Bugambilia was named to commemorate a tree that has a long history and great significance, which was planted where the original farmhouse was built.
Guillermo and Willy Juárez, the third and fourth generation of the Juárez family, currently manage the farm. The desire of their customers for more coffee than what they were producing led them to take on the challenge and opportunity of expanding their production capacity seven years ago.
Currently, La Bugambilia produces high-end specialty coffees of different varieties, such as Pacamara, Yellow Bourbon, Pache, Pacas, and Geisha.
One of their major objectives is preserving biodiversity and guarding the forest and soil, and they do this through implementing environmentally friendly coffee-producing techniques.
Farm NameLA BUGAMBILIA
FarmerJUAREZ SOLARES, GUILLERMO ANTONIO