ABOUT THIS COFFEE
The northwest of Guatemala, Huehuetenango is one of the country’s non-volcanic coffee-producing areas. Coffee is grown at altitudes of nearly 2,000 meters ASL, with a variety of microclimates also helping to develop the region’s trademark fruit notes and juicy body. The temperate-to-cold climate, well-distributed rains and good soil conditions also contribute to ideal growing conditions.
This coffee is roasted to City Plus and has honey or caramel notes and a little bit of citrus flavor like tropical fruit. It also has a balanced body.
We recommend a cup of this coffee on a lazy afternoon with some smooth music.
Our Central American offering is this solid HueHue. Many coffees from this part of Guatemala can be very bright but this fantastic bean is slightly more balanced. It is a great all-day drinking coffee. I roasted this coffee to a medium level in an effort to keep some of the coffee’s best qualities, notably a berry note as it cools.
Preparation Note: (Sing along now to Journey’s classic hit) Any way you want it, that’s the way you need it, any you want it!!