- January - February '17
Guatemala Blend 2017
- UPS Flat
- 65lb Freshness
- Packed & Sealed
Our Guatemala Blend green coffee is a blend of coffees from various smallholders within the regions of Huehuetenango, San Antonio and Cubulco. Expect a heavy body, with rich chocolate and brown sugar flavors.
Region Guatemala - Various Regions
Various small holder farmers
Caturra, Bourbon, Catuai, Typica, Pacamara, Pache-San Ramon, Sarchimor
January - February '17
Ratings & Reviews
Well worth a try.
Purchased to use as a House Coffee.
<br>Performs well at a medium-dark roast and as part of a breakfast blend of 50/50 medium & dark.
<br>Medium is also great for espresso.
Perfect Morning Coffee and Solid Additon to my blends.
by Pastor John’s Blessed Beans
This is a great morning blend of Guatemalan beans. I have dubbed it, “Get Up & Go Guatemalan!” People are loving it, and I am getting rave reviews.
<br>I roast it to Medium/Full City and love the notes coming through. I just recently blended it with G.O.’s Uganda Mt Eldon, which is going into the line up.
Score of 81 is low in my opinion, should be 83-84!!! I love this blend, great muddy chocolate/cocoa flavor with hints of brown sugar!! Delicious cup of coffee!!
Free of defects and roasts easily with nice uniformity. It's clean, but lacking any nuance so I think it's great for a carbony French Roast base.
A good buy for the price.
by Lloyd Rich
Very happy with this recent purchase. The coffee roasts well in my BEHMOR 1600 Plus machine.<br>The flavor profile is very tasty. <br>Observed different sized beans in every batch, but it is a blend, so that's to be expected. <br>My customers and calling me and wanting more. That's a good sign.
Roasts predictably, enjoying the flavors. Nothing too fancy, but makes a good cup.
Great starter coffee for the price. I bought this as a learning coffee for my new start-up coffee roasting business. I roasted to City +. Nice chocolate undertones with a hint of brown sugar. Tastes great, customers love it and want more. Will buy more and use this as my starter base. I wasn't expecting much since it was a 2017 crop, but was pleasantly surprised.
Decent no frills coffee.
Tastes like coffee. Not getting any bonus flavors or notes. Similar to Brazil to my tastes. Not as strong as some coffees (requiring more beans) maybe due to age. Roasts faster than some other green coffees.
I wasn't sure about this one, since it's pretty dated. So I bought this coffee thinking I would use it in a blend, but I liked it by itself so I roasted up some for the farmers market this past weekend. And this morning I received a message from a customer saying... "I just had your Guatemala Blend coffee. It taste so fresh and pure... Really good!"
<br>As long as my customers like the coffee, I'm happy! I roasted it to medium/dark on a Sonofresco Hot Air roaster.
Try It - You Will Love It
Excellent cup for medium dark roast. A very good buy!