Guatemalan Coffee & Chocolate

Cafe Condesa

Cafe Condesa MAP C2/C4/G3 7832-0038 Needing some motherly love? Having recently celebrated it’s anniversary, Cafe Condesa provides you just that. It’s been a home-away-from-home for locals and travelers alike for over 24 years! May is a special month for Condesa because out of the 70+ people who work there (among the restaurant and the...

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Cafe Condesa

MAP C2/C4/G3 7832-0038 /CafeCondesaAntigua Are you looking for an established local place to eat? Cafe Condesa on the central park is one! The restaurant opened its doors for the first time on Palm Sunday in 1993, celebrating Holy Week with 4 tables and 4 staff, and serving all things homemade with first quality ingredients....

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Cafe Condesa

Cafe Condesa (MAP C4/E3/G3) One of the most beautiful times of year has arrived! With it, come all those foods and drinks that give flavour to this season. At Cafe Condesa you can enjoy the traditional ponche navideño: a delicious mix of fruits (papaya, pineapple, plantains, apple, coconut and jocotes), combined with raisins, plums,...

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Coffee Varieties at El Cafetalito

More than 2 centuries ago, Jesuit priests introduced the coffee plant to La Antigua Guatemala; with the aim of using it as an ornamental plant in their gardens. Its exploitation as a commercial crop didn’t start until the beginnings of the 14th Century. Nowadays, there are 8 recognised coffee-producing regions, and – of them...

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Cafe Condesa

Cafe Condesa (MAP C4/E3/G3) Sun-Thu 7 AM-8 PM Fri-Sat 7 AM-9 PM Looking for something to satisfy your cravings? Cafe Condesa has great options for you to enjoy at any time. A favorite snack is the chicken liver pate, but you might also want to try the the herb cheese, the roasted peppers or their...

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Cafe Condesa

(MAP C4/E3/G3) Sun-Thu 7 AM-8 PM Fri-Sat 7 AM-9 PM Hungry for Brunch? Cafe Condesa’s Sunday Brunch has become an Antigüeño tradition since 1993. You’ll find scrambled eggs, homefried potatoes, and black beans, as well as pancakes, fresh fruit, granola, and yogurt. There’s an amazing assortment of salads, a soup of the day, divine...

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El Cafetalito

  For more than 30 years, El Cafetalito has been present in the lives of Guatemalans, offering them roasted and ground coffee varieties from Antigua, Fraijanes, Coban, Atitlan, Huehuetenango and San Marcos. El Cafetalito also produces a very special type of coffee, known as Organic Coffee – due to the fact that no chemicals...

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Kakaw – The drink of the Gods

Cacao (scientific name ‘theobroma cacao’) is a common word in the Mayan vocabulary, used to refer to what is considered their most important sacred food – second only to corn. The scientific term itself reflects the importance of cacao – literally characterizing it as a food of the Gods (‘theobroma’). There are two types...

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Chocolatería SABERICO

Guatemala, Mayan culture, and cacao have been closely linked throughout history, so much so that the Maya incorporated it into their daily life, using it as a means of barter and as a gift to the gods in religious ceremonies. Sabe Rico honors this ancestral heritage – by using only 100% organic Guatemalan cacao...

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Café Condesa

MAP C7/D4/C6 Sun-Thu 7 AM-8 PM  Fri-Sat 7 AM-9 PM If you love Cafe Condesa’s amazing breakfasts, you’ll want to take home some of their goodies as holiday gifts. Their house blend of 100% export-quality Antigua coffee will be a hit with your coffee-loving friends; it’s three different roasts blended to perfection. If you...

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