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EL Templo AA

Tasting Notes Currant , Butterscotch , Hazelnut

Variety Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon

Process Washed

Elevation 1300-2000masl

Region Zaculeu, Huehuetenango

El Templo showcases the beauty, the history and the culture of Huehuetenango and its Mayan archaeological site, Zaculeu. Huehuetenango is well known for its climate, landscapes and long history. The people here, the coffee growing families that produce these amazing coffees, work surrounded by mountains and perfectly blue lagoons. The coffee producers that contribute to El Templo are small-scale producers. The average size of farms in the region is three and a half hectares and their productivity is around 1,600 kg of cherries per hectare.

 

Elias Juan Pablo AA

Tasting Notes Raisin, Stone fruit, Roasted Hazelnuts

Variety Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon

Process Washed

Elevation 1550masl

Region Huehuetenango

Elias Juan Pablo is a medium-scale farmer from the Yalanjuluj village in northern Guatemala, on the highest non-volcanic mountain range in Central America. Previously his farm had been covered with only native trees, not productive but with rich soil and growing conditions. He started with planting less than half a hectare to experiment, evaluating his process to guarantee he was doing things right. To this day he says coffee is continuously teaching him something new. Elias Juan Pablo's farm Finca San Martín is not only his heritage, it is a source of employment for the community and his family.