Guatemala Huehuetenango

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For those looking for something roasted just a little bit darker without excessive roast tones. 

From small holder producers in huehuetenango, this coffee is a deep smooth cup with notes of bittersweet chocolate, roasted almond, molasses and orange blossom hint. 

Great for espresso.

COUNTRY guatemala
REGION huehuetenango
FARM various smallholder farmers
VARIETY typica, caturra, bourbon
ALTITUDE 1200–2000 masl

"Coffee was first introduced to Guatemala in the 1800s and has been a top export for over 100 years now. Its impact on the economic, social, and cultural development of the country has been massive—so much so that in 2018, national authorities declared Guatemalan coffee as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Nation.

Guatemalan coffees are distinguished by their delicious aroma, balanced acidity, full body, and sweetness. There are eight distinct regions that all produce what is known as a “Strictly Hard Bean”, which is characterized by the flavor profile, climate, soil, and, most importantly in Guatemala’s case, high altitude."

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