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La Morena Huehuetenango

$17.95Price
  • Huehuetenango coffee is grown at heights up to 6,500 feet (2,000masl) in dry and frost-free conditions. By necessity, farmers in this highly remote area often set up their own mills along the many rivers to process their coffee.

     

    • Flavor: Milk Chocolate, Plum, Brown Sugar, Dried Cherry
    • Body: Medium
    • Temperature: 68-70F
    • Rainfall: 48-56in
    • Humidity: 70-80%
    • Altitude: 5,000-6,500ft
    • In the cup: intense acidity, full body, winey notes

     

    Guatemala owes its distinctive, mountainous topography, lush rain forests, biodiversity and its coffee to massive volcanic activity. Volcanic peaks and mountains roll across the country and carve out Guatemala’s unique coffee-growing regions. The mountain ranges help to create the country’s unique micro-climates. Together with the rich soil left behind in the wake of immense volcanic activity,


    GEOGRAPHY:

    Region: 

    Huehuetenango

    Altitude: 1200-1600

    PRODUCER:

    Various women producers

    VARIETY:

    Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai

    PROCESSING:

    Washed

    HARVEST TIME:

    December - March

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