Guatemala Txol T'aq
This coffee comes from the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala. Txol Xa’q” (pronounced “shull-shak”) means “between rocks” in the local language of the Asodiett people in this region. This coffee comes from a group of 30 families in this small town and is pulled together year after year to make a more sustainable product in addition to their textile production. This is a washed coffee and it makes an incredible drip, ice or pour over coffee and has Sugar Cane, Blood Orange and Milk Chocolate notes throughout. This coffee is locally sourced and roasted in Baltimore.
Cupping notes: Sugar Cane - Blood Orange - Milk Chocolate
Roast Level: Full City (Medium)
Processing Method: Wet Processed (washed)
Varietal: Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai
1,800 - 1,900 MASL