The Coffee Project - huehuetenango SHB

Guatemala Huehuetenango SHB, Tello Family Estate

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$7.00

Special Price $6.00

Imported by Vournas Coffee of Southern California, "Dulce Leonarda" was a featured coffee in June's 'Grounds for Health' auction last recently. Only a thousand to fifteen hundred bags of this single estate coffee are produced in a season.

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Magnificent at a medium roast.

Located in the central highlands of Guatemala, the state of Huehuetenango produces some of the finest coffees of Central America. The beans may be among the hardest beans grown worldwide. Cultivated at an elevation of 5,000 feet and above, Huehuetenango is a coffee offering a crisp, bright acidity and rich nuttiness.

Dulce Leonarda is notable for it's clean cup, syrupy body, lemon citrus highlights and deep tobacco/cocoa tones. The finish is light but lasting.

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This single estate Huehuetenango is notable for it's syrupy body, lemon citrus highlights and deep tobacco/cocoa undertones. Excellent straight or as a blender. Crisp, bright acidity and a hint of nuttiness.

Additional Info

Additional Information

Elevation about 5200 feet
Farm Gustavo Mauricio Tello family estate
Origin - The Coffee Project
Farmer Gustavo Mauricio Tello
City La Mesilla - Latitude. 15.6166667°, Longitude. -91.9833333°
Region La Libertad, Huehuetenango
Farm Size less than 600 acres
Coffee growing area -
Processing system Washed. Wet milled at the farm, dry milled in Esquintla for export
Variety Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra
Practices shade grown. Wet milled at the farm and dry milled in Esquintla
Climate -
Soil Type Loamy clay

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