Coffee Drip Bags • Guatemala

Almonds • cocoa • cranberry

Regular price $11.00
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Roast: Light

LOCATION: Huehuetenango

FARM: Asprocdegua

Process: Washed

Variety: Bourbon, Catimor, Caturra, Maragogipe, Pache

Altitude: 1600-2200 MASL

Body: 🟤🟤⚪️⚪️⚪️

Acidity: 🟤🟤⚪️⚪️⚪️

Introducing our specialty washed Guatemalan coffee from the ASPROCDEGUA-producing organization, now available in a convenient drip bag format. Sourced from small farms in the scenic Huehuetenango region, this mild and sweet coffee with a delightful citric undertone is now perfectly suited for your on-the-go brewing experience using a portable coffee filter.

ASPROCDEGUA (Asociación de Productores de Café Diferenciados y Especiales de Guatemala) was founded by the esteemed master cupper Noe Quintero and comprises 664 contributing members, 394 of whom hold organic certification. These dedicated producers own small farms averaging 2 hectares each, cultivating coffee alongside other diversified crops such as bananas, oranges, lemons, avocados, guava, and cassava.

Nestled in Western Guatemala along the Mexico border, the Huehuetenango region is renowned for producing some of Latin America's finest coffees. Its exceptional coffee quality can be attributed to a variety of factors, including the region's climate, altitude, water sources, and cultivation of traditional coffee varieties. The high altitude and cool climate create an optimal environment for growing high-quality coffee beans, while the volcanic soil and abundant rainfall contribute to the development of distinct flavor profiles.

Huehuetenango is famous for its use of traditional coffee varieties, such as Bourbon and Caturra, meticulously cultivated by local producers on small farms. These dedicated farmers adhere to traditional methods during both the growing and processing stages, resulting in exceptional coffees that showcase the region's rich heritage.

The harvested ripe coffee cherries are promptly depulped, usually on the same or following day, and then undergo a fermentation period of 12 to 48 hours, depending on the prevailing climate. After thorough washing to remove the mucilage, the beans are carefully dried on patios or raised beds.

Now, with our convenient drip bag format and portable coffee filter, you can enjoy the remarkable taste of this Guatemalan coffee from ASPROCDEGUA wherever you go. Each drip bag contains the perfect portion of coffee for a hassle-free brewing experience. Simply use your portable coffee filter to savor the mild and sweet flavor with its enticing citric undertone, complemented by notes of almond, cranberry, and cocoa. This coffee offers a delicate body (2/5) and low acidity (2/5), delivering a smooth and well-balanced cup that will satisfy your discerning taste buds.

Experience the exceptional quality of our Guatemalan specialty coffee from the Huehuetenango region in the convenient drip bag and portable coffee filter format. Order your supply today and elevate your coffee enjoyment, no matter where your adventures take you.

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Coffee brewing methods - drip bags


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