In 1963 Don Alejandro Morales purchased the farm with old Bourbon and Typica Coffee trees; in 1980, his son Dr. Fredy Morales inherited the land and took over the plantation, naming it ROSMA, which is short for Rose Mary, on behalf of his wife. By that time, there was no road to the farm house, having to transport everything on mules, walking for about an hour. The community leaders of Caserío Buena Vista, helped very much and built a country road to the farm that has greatly benefited the entire community.
Throughout time, probably the most important achievement of Finca Rosma was, bringing fresh spring water through a pipeline, which is 5 kilometers away from the farm; ever since then and with an ecological wet mill it has been able to process high quality washed coffee.
Finally, after hard and passionate work in 2010 Rosma, achieved the prestigious 2nd Place in the Cup of Excellence (An international competition, promoted by the National Coffee Association of Guatemala, ANACAFE as it stands in Spanish). Now and on, Rosma, has actively participated in the Guatemalan top 20 coffees in 2012, 2013, 2014 and became among the National Winners in 2015, 2016, 2019. It has been honored having 4 out of the 40 best samples in the last Guatemalan Cup of Excellence competition.