A specialty coffee has an aromatic complexity (recognized aromatic impressions when tasting this coffee), specific growing and harvesting conditions. The micro-roasters pay particular attention to the entire transformation process, thereby offering you coffee with very few flaws.

BEANS

 

TYPE: Single Origin

COUNTRY: Guatemala

REGION: Huehuetenago

FARM: La Providencia

PROCESS: Washed

VARIETIES: Caturra, Bourbon

ALTITUDE: 1500m +

 

BREW

 

RECOMMENDED FILTER SETTINGS

 

Ratio

1g of coffee : 17g of water

Infusion

 3 min 30 sec

 

RECOMMENDED ESPRESSO SETTINGS

 

Ratio

1g of coffee : 2g of water

Infusion

 28 sec

 

DESCRIPTION

 

Providencia is located in the mountains of Yulmuc Ixmal and has belonged to the Palacios family since 1954 and is currently administered by Ariel Palacios. For several years, this farm has been producing lots that have won several awards at different levels.

 

Its geographical location means that the coffee grown here is of very high quality, especially due to the altitude. On the other hand, growing coffee trees in the Huehuetenango region is not always easy. The terrain is very uneven, which makes harvesting difficult at times. Careful soil management is required to avoid landslides and thus the loss of part of the plantation.

 

Harvesting takes place from the end of December to the beginning of April. Harvesting is 100% by hand and pulping is done using a Penagos system which considerably reduces the ecological footprint of grain washing during harvesting.

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