Various Regional Producers
Bourbon, Caturra, Pache, Catuai
1500 – 2000 masl
Caramel, Red Apple, White Grape
OCTOBER - NOV
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JAN - MARCH
Offer Samples will become available .
FEBRUARY - MARCH
Our coffee allocation will begin to ship throughout.
MARCH - APRIL
We anticipate stock will be ready for distribution. Click on Keep Me Updated below to stay up to date with shipment arrivals.
About the Producer
Guatemalan coffee is defined by eight regional profiles, of these Huehuetenango is often the jewel of those regions. Situated in the Northwest of Guatemala, the surrounding mountains and rivers nourish the soil with diverse minerals. Farmers maintain the land by rotating crops, allowing for natural minerals to replenish and improve soil quality.
With approximately 75% of the population being descendants of the Mayans, whose lineage can be traced back to 200 A.D. Mam descendants have farmed Huehuetenango land for thousands of years, andengage traditional farming methods to grow a variety of crops.
Due to the location's remoteness, producers are required to wet mill their own coffee and harvest communally. As both hot air from the west and cool air from the north converge, Huehuetenango maintains an environment that supports coffee cultivation at heights often exceeding 2,000 meters above sea level. These conditions also help produce the dazzling acidity and lively fruit notes so beloved in coffees from the region.