Our coffees are roasted weekly and fulfilled after roasting to ensure optimal freshness and flavour. Cut-off for all orders is at 9am on Tuesday mornings. Orders completed after this time will be shipped the following week.
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- HARVEST: 2020
- REGION: Huehuetenango
- ORIGIN: Guatemala
- ALTITUDE: 1,200-1,900m
VARIETIES: Caturra, Bourbon, Pache, Catuai
- PROCESS: Washed
FLAVOURS: Plum, Grapefruit, Black tea
Los Ancestros coffee grows along the mountains that surround the Mayan archaeological site, Zaculeu, in Western Guatemala. Huehuetenango’s past is marked by an intense history, beautiful temples, and ancient civilizations that is reflected in the intense fruity notes of Los Ancestros. The coffee producers who contribute to Los Ancestros have medium-sized farms, averaging 14.5 hectares, and their productivity is around 1,800 kg of cherries per hectare.
In Huehuetenango, 13 coffee growers contribute to this lot, which exhibits strong red fruit, honey, and brown sugar notes. The variety of microclimates, combined with the diversity of altitudes within the region, and the passion of these coffee growers make it possible to produce amazing coffee.
Intense with lots of plum and grapefruit, with a long lingering sweetness like brown sugar, and tea-like finish. Please enjoy!