|Roaster Location:||Seattle, Washington|
|Coffee Origin:||Huehuetenango growing region, Guatemala.|
|Est. Price:||$15.95/12 ounces|
|Review Date:||September 2013|
Blind Assessment: Deep, complex. Honey, dark chocolate, orange, night-blooming flowers in aroma and cup. Juicy, lively acidity; lightly syrupy mouthfeel. Orange and chocolate notes in particular carry into a crisp finish.
Notes: Composed entirely of beans from the yellow-fruited strain of the heirloom Bourbon variety of Arabica, this coffee was produced by farmers Jorge and Javier Recinos on their farm Nueva Armenia. Seattle Coffee Works is a small-batch retail and wholesale roasting company focused on quality and green coffee sourcing without compromise. Visit www.seattlecoffeeworks.com or call 206-340-8867 for more information.
Who Should Drink It: Classically deep-toned, pungently chocolaty Huehuetenango for fans of the type and the style.
This review originally appeared in the September, 2013 tasting report: Suave and Idiosyncratic: Coffees of Guatemala