|Roaster Location:||San Rafael, California|
|Coffee Origin:||La Libertad, Huehuetenango Department, Guatemala|
|Est. Price:||$20.00/6 ounces|
|Review Date:||September 2023|
Richly sweet-tart. Pomegranate, lychee, cocoa nib, lemongrass, lilac in aroma and cup. Bright, juicy acidity; lush, silky mouthfeel. Cocoa-toned finish supported by lemongrass and lilac.
Produced by Arturo Aguirre of El Injerto Farm, from trees of the ET-47 landrace variety of Arabica, which originated in Ethiopia. This variety was planted in Costa Rica near Beneficio Herbazu by Toño Barrantes, then exchanged with Arturo Aguirre, who now cultivates ET-47 at El Injerto. This version is processed by the natural method (dried in the whole fruit). Founded in 1995 by Brooke McDonnell and Helen Russell, Equator Coffees operates retail stores in the San Francisco Bay Area and Southern California and provides coffee to hundreds of wholesale accounts. Visit www.equatorcoffees.com or call 800-809-7687 for more information.
An Ethiopian landrace coffee variety grown in Guatemala and natural processed to emphasize fruit notes — sweetly tart, juicy-bright, deep-toned.
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