Our Coffee Trees Are...
Remember Andy, Annette, Olga, Pablo, and Mister Clean?  If not, they’re coffee trees from Guatemala we’ve been incubating and trying to grow in our Visitors Center (also known as our smallest staff members).  They originate from Guatemala’s Los Andes from a plantation owned by a friend of the café named Olga. We planted them on Valentine’s Day and they’re growing up to be very handsome little coffee trees. It can take up to six months for them to germinate and up to five years before they start...
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