Our direct trade buyers have gone to the micro climates of Guatemala for this batch. Check out their notes:
The farming region of Huehuetenango (pronounced way-way-tenango) has greatly improved quality over the past decade, slowly overtaking the more famous Antigua region in popularity and demand. The region borders the Mexican Chiapas mountain range, so it’s grown at higher elevations than any other region in Guatemala. Huehuetenango coffees tend to have chocolate and citrus undertones, and are really smooth -- neither harshness nor bright acidity of an Antigua.