Whole bean, Guatemala Terroir

Description

This blend of Arabicas from the Huehuetenango region has all the qualities of the terroir: lively acidity, very marked fruity and floral notes.

At 2,000 meters above sea level, Huehuetenango sits at the crossroads of warm air sweeping eastward from the plains of Tehuantepec in Oaxaca, Mexico, and cool air sweeping down from the mountains Cuchumatanes, which creates a microclimate that slows down frost, allowing coffee growing at altitude. These conditions are perfect for producing Arabicas with lively acidity and fruity notes, typical of the region.

In this remote region, most producers process their coffees themselves; the abundance of streams and rivers greatly facilitates the production of washed (Fully Washed) coffees.

The cherries are picked by hand and pulped on site, generally using small manual or electric crushers. After fermentation, the grains are rinsed with water to remove any remaining mucilage. The water used is filtered so as not to contaminate local waterways.

The grains are then dried, either on tables or on patios.

Whole bean, Guatemala Terroir

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€13,85 Incl. VAT €27,70 / kg

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    This coffee is roasted in small batches twice a week. We will aim to ship you coffee that is as freshly roasted as possible!

    Product details

    Ideal for: All brewing methods
    Origin
    : Single origin - Guatemala
    Net weight (grams):
    500
    Roast type
    : Dark roast
    Bean type
    : Arabica
    Predominant flavor note
    : Nutty / Cocoa, Fruity, and Floral

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    Roasted with care by Lëtz Coffee in Luxembourg. Learn more about the roaster here

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    Description

    This blend of Arabicas from the Huehuetenango region has all the qualities of the terroir: lively acidity, very marked fruity and floral notes.

    At 2,000 meters above sea level, Huehuetenango sits at the crossroads of warm air sweeping eastward from the plains of Tehuantepec in Oaxaca, Mexico, and cool air sweeping down from the mountains Cuchumatanes, which creates a microclimate that slows down frost, allowing coffee growing at altitude. These conditions are perfect for producing Arabicas with lively acidity and fruity notes, typical of the region.

    In this remote region, most producers process their coffees themselves; the abundance of streams and rivers greatly facilitates the production of washed (Fully Washed) coffees.

    The cherries are picked by hand and pulped on site, generally using small manual or electric crushers. After fermentation, the grains are rinsed with water to remove any remaining mucilage. The water used is filtered so as not to contaminate local waterways.

    The grains are then dried, either on tables or on patios.

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    Marc P.
    Love it!!!

    Fruity and easy to drink. My new morning ritual. Almost done with my first bag and will be back for my second :)

    R
    R.L.
    Très bon café et délais de livraisons respectés

    Excellent café fruité. Si vous avez une machine automatique, je le conseille en long avec mouture moyenne. À l'ouverture du paquet on sent très bien le café fraîchement torréfié. Reçu dans les temps, 48h après la commande.

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