Combinations of complex aromas and an amazing length await you in your cup. Lemony acidity will add length to this juicy coffee with cranberry and lavender flavours.
Andres Diego Jose is the first generation of this farm located in the highlands of western Guatemala in the Region of Huehuetenango: Pronounce the "ouais-ouais-Tenungo" for francophones and "Whey-whey-Tenungo" for English speakers. If you've never heard of this region before, know that it is taking the lion's share of the specialty coffee market in Central America. First of all, due to its unique climate, Huehuetenango has the highest mountains in Central America and a limestone soil known for its relatively high pH. For any newer specialty coffee-drinkers, pH affects acidity. Similar to wine, the acidity, if well controlled, improves the balance of your coffee and glorifies the aromas present in your cup for a nice length in the mouth. Add to this a high altitude, hot air currents for an atypical micro climate and Andres gets cherries at full maturity, with complex and fantastic flavours according to treasure finding masters. Thanks to the controlled export of Guatemala's specialty coffees, Andres Diego José can now develop his business in the best way possible and thus keep his operation going.