Guatemala, Huehuetenango - Washed
Varietals: Caturra, Bourbon, Pache, Catuai
Altitude: 1,300 - 2,000 MASL
Harvest Period: January - April
Producer: Mixture of small-scale farms
Cup notes: sweet honey, yellow fruits, mandarin, orange and a juicy body.
Huehuetenango is not only well known for its Mayan history and archeological site, Zaculeu. It is well known for its climate, and ideal growing conditions to produce some of the most amazing coffees. The small-scale producers that contribute to this coffee have an average size of 3.48 hectare and produce around 1,600 kg of cherries per hectare. The coffee growing families that produce such coffees work surrounded by mountains and beautiful landscapes to produce a cup reflective of the beauty in where it grows.
Expect notes of sweet honey, yellow fruits, mandarin, orange and a juicy body.