region: San Antonio Huista, Huehuetenango, Guatemala
producer: smallholder farmers
association: Cooperative San Antonio
elevation: 900 – 1650 meters above sea level
cultivars: Caturra, Typica, Pache, Bourbon, Castilla, Anacafe14
process: fully washed, patio dried
The aroma of the Guatemala San Antonio is that of a quintessential Guatemalan breakfast coffee. Citrus, red berries, cocoa powder, roasted nuts…
The flavor follows the nose – there are no surprises in the cup. This is a medium-bodied coffee with a a soft, but chewy mouthfeel. The dominant flavors are cocoa powder, molasses and earthy soil (the latter of which are the biggest contributors to its chewy mouthfeel). As the cup cools some light flavors of red berries and orange bitters appear, and roasted (burned) almonds mix with wood and earth through a bitter, astringent finish.
Overall, a pretty generic cup of coffee.
*content courtesy of Genuine Origin Coffee Project
**content courtesy of Germack Coffee Roasting Company
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