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Guatemala San Vicente Pacaya microlot

Country of Origin: Guatemala
Guatemala San Vicente Pacaya microlot
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We're enjoying the resurgence of the Guatemalan coffee sector, which along with most of Central America and Mexico was hit hard a few years ago by coffee leaf rust, or “Roya”. The coffees of the underrated San Vicente Pacaya region, benefitting from rich volcanic soil, hot daytimes and cool nighttimes, are typically rich, chocolatey and nutty. Strict regional milling standards favors farmers producing well-sorted, uniform, only- ripe cherry.
This microlot comes principally from the farms of Jorge Perea, a third-generation farmer, who is also an avid beekeeper. Abundant albaricoque (apricot-like) trees are interspersed amongst the catuai, Pache-San Ramon and classic Bourbon coffee shrubs. Also contributing their coffees to this lot are Don Francisco Ramirez Escobar (“Don Chicon”) and his nephew, Alfonso (“Ponchito”), who together are in their third year of production from the mill built by Ponchito in 2014.
Recommended for pourover and drip to highlight the dark chocolate and dried cherry notes in this medium-to-heavy-bodied bean. We are also offering a darker roast for espresso……super chocolatey….please specify (in order comments section) when ordering!
 1 lb. bag $14.35 lb.


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