When it comes to drinking coffee, there is no straying from tradition in Guatemala.
âYou have a friend or a family, you go there at 4 in the afternoon, knock on the door and you come in and drink coffee with bread,â said Erick Perez Sr., owner of the new CafÃ©. Kape Panaderia in downtown Rifle. âIt’s all the time. It’s like a tradition.
For Perez Sr. and his son, Erick Perez Jr. – who arrived in Colorado 20 years ago when they moved to the Aspen / Snowmass area – their coffee tradition is now seeping in a way. different.
Instead of a late afternoon shake at 4 p.m., the father-son duo get up every day at 4 a.m. The dough should be prepared from scratch before spending the next hour in the oven to rise. Once it takes shape, the Perez spend about an hour shaping the liquid forged flour into crisp, flaky pastries.
Sweet or savory, the scent of authentic Guatemalan delicacies like quesadilla, cuernitos and azucaradas permeates this rifle workshop. Get there at 10am on a Saturday, and you’re lucky to find a crumb on the front racks.
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