• Location: Santa Clara, Renacimiento, Chiriquí.
  • Highest elevation: 1500 m.a.s.l.
  • Lowest elevation: 1280 m.a.s.l.
  • Varieties: Catuai, Geisha, Pacamara.
  • Process: Washed and Natural.


We are Panamanian producers of high altitude coffee. Our farm is managed by the family, which is part of the second and third generation of the Aguilar Barroso, who have produced coffee since the 60s, being one of the first families to settle in the community of Santa Clara, in the highlands of Chiriquí.

Particularly our current beginnings date back to 1983 when Héctor Aguilar Barroso began to cultivate, on his own, varieties such as caturra, typica and catimor.  In the mid-1990s, coffee cultivation decreased and other crops such as blackberries, beans, chayote and others were introduced. After more than a decade, coffee cultivation resumed fully in 2007 with the Catuai variety, and in 2016 with the Geisha and Pacamara varieties.

Our farm is located in Santa Clara, Renacimiento District, Chiriquí Province in Panama. Currently, we have 12 hectares of total crop area and 6 hectares reserved for natural rainforest, with altitudes from 1280 to 1500 m.a.s.l. The average temperature is 21 °C. During the course of the year, the temperature generally oscillates from 14 °C to 29 °C.

The Coffee Harvest on the farm is between October and February, every year. The coffee is processed using mainly washed and natural methods. After harvesting, the coffee is dried on African beds for around a month.



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