Get to Know This Coffee Like the best pie at the county fair, the crust is sublime, the filling is heaven, and the combination is pure deliciousness. Just like that summer staple, this coffee gets the blue ribbon because of the combination of its tasty parts, including its certified organic and fair trade status. Brew as drip, press, espresso.
Its Nerdy Side The Asociación de Desarrollo Integral Productivo Yamanonh coop of Guatemala sits in the Huehuetenango region. Small parcel farmers make up the group that grows its coffees elevations between 4000-6500 ft. Coffees are harvested, fully washed, and sun dried.
Enjoy peach, apple, vanilla, and syrupy body in this medium roast.
What's Cool The Sierra de los Cuchumatanes mountain range, in which this coffee is grown, is the highest non-volcanic mountain range in Central America. It stretches from the Mexican boarder to the Alta Varapaz Department of Guatemala, and reaches peaks of up to 12,400 ft.