The plantations are located around the Atitlan volcano in the Solola region of the municipality of Santa Barbara. This Farm has quite a unique polyculture plantation. In addition to producing coffee for more than 100 years, the farm also manages various other types of agricultural production, including the large-scale production of macadamia nuts, honey, rubber and quinine (known as a cure for malaria). The aim has always been to employ production practices that are responsible, sustainable and socially viable.
It was following the Agatha storm in 2012 that the farm was restored and through sheer determination, they managed to begin production again and in so doing restored jobs for about one hundred families. Since discovering coffee production at a farm like this (500 hectares of volcanic soil at an altitude of between 1,250 and 1,500 metres, a mill, etc.), They see coffee in a new light, and they now considers it a regional product. It is why they are fully committed to renovating and developing the farm, first by replanting coffee trees then by renovating the mill. Today he has 250 hectares of Caturra coffee trees planted at an altitude of between 1,470 and 1,720 metres; the remaining 250 hectares serve as a nature reserve.