Stack Smasher

Stack smashing – overflowing the stack of a computer application or an operating system.

Packed with oodles of flavors, Stack Smasher will overflow your palette! Brewed as an espresso, you get overwhelming notes of Jackfruit – the largest fruit tree in the world with a taste similar to a combination of dragonfruit meets mangoes and bananas. Add milk to this espresso and it turns into the king of fruits – the Durian! Like Hackers Choice from Ethiopia, Stack Smasher is definitely one of the more unique single origin coffees we’ve come across – one that you’ve got to try at least once in your life!


Our coffee is shipped as whole beans in 250g bags

El Boqueron

This coffee represents various smallholder farmers, each of whom owns an average of 2 hectares within the Oriente region, specifically the municipalities of Jalapa, Jutiapa, Santa Rosa, Zacapa, and Chiquimula. The farms are made of predominantly clay soil and sit nearby the Ayarza Lake. Coffees are picked ripe and dried on patios for 20–23 days for this Natural lot. What makes Guatemalan coffees so unique is its high altitudes, diverse microclimates, consistent rainfall patterns, and excellent cultivation and processing, hence producing a variety of distinctive types of Guatemalan Arabica coffees.

New Oriente is one of the oldest coffee growing regions in Guatemala. The region is in eastern Guatemala along the border with Honduras. In the 1980s, responding to the increasing demand for specialty coffee, the region took off. These days virtually every mountain back yard is a coffee farm. Located over what was once a volcanic range, its soil is made from metamorphic rock. This makes it balanced in minerals and very different from Guatemala’s volcanic regions, which have all seen volcanic activity since coffee was first planted.

Additional information

Weight 250 g
Dimensions 13 × 8 × 15 cm
Country of Origin



Santa Rosa / New Oriente


Catuai / Caturra / Villa Sarchi


1000 – 1900 meters above sea level



Flavor Notes

Jackfruit, Dragonfruit, Mangoes and Bananas

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