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Guatemala SHB EP Huehuetenango

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Roast Level: Medium

Cupping Note: cherry, lemon, orange rind, rich, clean, buttery body

Region: Huehuetenango

Variety: Typica, Bourbon, Caturra, and Catuai

Processing: washed

Altitude: 1350+ m.a.s.l.

Harvest:  January – April

Guatemala produces many different types of the world’s finest and most distinctive coffees. The country has many unique coffee producing regions that has gained a positive and well known reputation in the industry. Coffee is Guatemala’s number one export contributing to the country’s growing economic status.

Of the three non-volcanic regions, Huehuetenango is the highest and driest under cultivation. This area is one of the best regions in Guatemala for coffee production. Huehuetenango, is at the foot of the Cuchumatanes, the highest non-volcanic mountain range in Central America. There are currents of hot air that sweep up from Mexico’s Tehuantepec plain that cross paths with cool air descending from the Cuchumatanes Mountains. This region is thus protected from frost, allowing the coffee to be cultivated up to 2,000 meters. Huehuetenango’s extreme remoteness requires that nearly all producers process their own coffee. Fortunately, the region has an almost unlimited number of rivers and streams, so a mill can be located just about anywhere. This region has ideal geographic conditions for the cultivation of great quality coffee. Coffees from Huehuetenango are exceptional coffees with distinct acidity and fruited flavours.

*SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) specifies that the coffee was grown at an altitude above 1350 meters. This term is also synonymous with SHG/Strictly High Grown; this classification is higher than HB

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Brewing with Drip Bag

Open the drip bag, stretch both hangers and clip it to the cup.

Tear the sachet and pour coffee powder into the drip bag.

  1. Pour in hot water (~90°C) to 3/4 full. (Wait for approximately 30 seconds),
  2. Pour in hot water again to 3/4 full. (When water is almost drained completely),
  3. Pour in hot water to 1/2 full and let it drain completely.

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