Cup of Excellence
In 1963 Don Alejandro Morales purchased the farm with old bourbon and typica trees; in 1980 his son Dr. Fredy Morales took over the plantation and in honor of his wife, named the farm ROSMA from Rose Mary. By that time there was no road to the farm having to transport everything on mules walking around 1 hour. With the help of the community leaders of the Caserio Buena Vista, they built a road to the farm that has greatly benefited the entire community. Another important achievement of Finca Rosma was bringing fresh spring water through a pipeline, which is 5 kilometers away from the farm;
Due to the topography of the land, it was difficult to process coffee, it took a lot of work to build the facilities necessary for the production of coffee, therefore, the Coffee Mill has now become a highlight of the property, since then and with an ecological wet mill has been able to process high quality coffee.
In the last 5 years we have been renewing coffee plantation in order improve quality with varaties like: Hibrid H1, pacamara, gesha, SL28 and maragogype.
Finca Rosma has been cataloged as a sustainable coffee farm, taking care of two basic criteria: Environmental and social responsibility. We provide house, schools and medical assistance to employees of the farm.
Dr. Fredy Milton Morales Merida – Owner
Ing. Fredy Milton Morales de la Peña – Q grader
Ing. Angel Alejandro Morales – Q processing
Location: Caserío Buena Vista, San Pedro Necta, Huehuetenango, Guatemala
Area: 60 ha
Altitude range: 4900 – 6000 feet
Type of soil and predominant element: Loamy-Sand-Clay
Shade trees: Chalum and Gravilea
Average temperature: 14 - 23°C
Annual rainfall: 1800mm
Coffee production characteristics:
Harvest season: January to April
Drying process: at patio direct Sun, african beds and green House
PROCESS: fully washed, red honey, yellow honey, Natural drying
Fredy Morales / Alejandro Morales
phone +502 58265272 / +502 41514649
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