Organic Guatemala Huehuetenango

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Organic Guatemala Huehuetenango

from 13.00

Certification: Organic, Fair Trade

Region: Huehuetenango

Elevation: 1400-2000 meters

Varietal: Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon, Pache

Process: Fully Washed

Flavor Profile: Bittersweet chocolate, rich body, crisp roastiness

Roast Level: Our Darkest

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Tucked in the Sierra de los Cuchumatanes, the highest mountain range in Central America, the Coordinadora de Organizaciones de Desarrollo de Concepcion Huista (better known as “CODECH”) produces some of the best Fair Trade & organic coffees not just in the department of Huehuetenango but in all of Guatemala. CODECH is comprised of four base cooperatives – Asociación de Desarrollo Integral Productivo Yamanonh (ADIPY), and Asociación de Desarrollo Integral Tierra Hermosa Concepcionera (ADINTHEC), Asociación de Agricultores Tineco (ADAT), and Asociación Bitenam – and its members represent the Popti, Mam, and Q’anjob’al branches of the Mayan family.