• Guatemala
  • Jan - Feb 2016

Guatemala Candelaria 2016

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$107.25 /65lb
  • Flavor: Milk Chocolate, Brown Sugar, Almond
  • Body: Medium
  • Acidity: Mild
  • Process: Washed
  • Packaging: 65lb GrainPro-lined box
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PSS Cup Score: 83.5
PSS Date: Aug-16
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Huehuetenango is located in the Western Highlands, in the northwest corner of Guatemala, and shares a border with Mexico. It's one of the few non-volcanic coffee-producing areas in the country and is known for having widely varied topography and climates that are just as diverse. The coffee producing areas are high in the mountains, up to 2,000 meters ASL in some areas. Producers in Huehue (as it is affectionately called) are often third- or fourth-generation coffee growers, but local tradition hasnÍt hindered the adoption of technology. Producers have quickly embraced the latest agricultural practices to continue to improve their farms. This blend of best practices from today and the past makes helps to create coffees that are both delicious and unique.


Region Candelaria, Huehuetenango

Altitude 1500-2000


215 producers, 3-4h per producer


Caturra, Bourbon, Catuai, Typica, Pacamara




Jan - Feb 2016

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Great cold brew!

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When it starts flirting with second crack you can get a nice smooth, sweet milk chocolate almond like flavor that is particularly good cold brewed( 24 hrs ) It’s also a solid base for a lighter roasted espresso.