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  • Guatemala Huehuetenango

    Flavor Notes
    Heavy body, mild acidity, and notes of chocolate, caramel, spice, and nut.

    Bean Profile
    Huehuetenango comes from one of Guatemala’s highest and driest regions, Huehuetenango. The area owes much to the dry, hot winds that come in from the mountains of Mexico’s Tehuantepec plain: the additional heat layers protect Huehuetenango from frost and enables coffee to grow up to 6,500 feet above …

  • Guatemala Pacaya

    Flavor Notes
    Smooth, heavy body with notes of dark chocolate, caramel, almond, and cinnamon.

    Bean Profile
    Our Pacaya comes from the San Vicente Pacaya region of Guatemala, near the Pacaya volcano. This area has multiple micro-climates that are perfect for coffee production. Weather is hot during the day but it cools down during the night providing an excellent opportunity for the coffee beans …

  • Honduras Montecillos

    • Ships in a resealable, vented bag for extended freshness.
    • We suggest Light or Medium roast to enjoy more of the bean’s natural flavor.
    • Roasted to order.
    • 10 ounces.
  • Honduras Plátano

    Flavor Notes
    Medium body, light acidity, and notes of cocoa, green apple, and raisin.

    Bean Profile
    Plátano comes from 222 smallholder farmers from the departments of El Paraiso and Francisco Morazan, Honduras. One may have a de-pulper and de-pulp cherry for three or four neighbors, another may own a truck and deliver everyone’s wet parchment to the Molinos de Honduras mill in El Paraiso, …