Café Don Juan wants you to meet Alberto Méndez Custodio, a 40-year-old coffee farmer who maintains the tradition of good coffee as the third generation of coffee growing in his family.
‘Aromas del Campo’ arises from looking to the the mountains and its traditions. In the countryside, the first thing you do when you get up is have a cup of freshly brewed coffee and enjoy that aroma. Those are the country side traditional mornings in Utuado, Puerto Rico.
My grandfather’s name was Dionisio and he was the one who taught me how to work with coffee. His love for coffee was immense and he was always looking for the best quality in every coffee. I created “Café Don Dionisio” to honor his legacy and his teachings.
Café “Don Dionisio Reserva” arises from our desire to bring my grandfather’s tradition to everyone, managing to differentiate a high quality coffee.”
-Alberto Mendez Custodio
Seeded at an altitude of 1,400 to 2,300 feet above sea level, “Don Dionisio Reserva” coffee has a medium-bodied profile, highlighting its notes of nuts, caramel and fruit from coffee varieties such as the Catuaí Limaní.
Through the sale of branded merchandise and other items we are raising funds to provide farmers with tools and help them meet other needs.