Cupping Notes – Blackcurrant, blackberry, raspberry, toffee, caramel, passionfruit acidity, dark choc finish Altitude – 1300-1500masl Varietals – Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, Pache Común Process – Washed Drying – Patio and machine drying
Guatemala produces 2.3% of the world’s coffee, primarily on hillside farms or ‘fincas’. Typical guatemalan qualities include a full body with a light and fruity acidity.
The Coban region of Guatemala is just one of five regions represented by the COABA project. The project, created by InterAmerica Coffees (US office) brings together coffees from Coban, Oriente, Atitlan, Bojales and Antiqua, allowing small holder farmers a new and more direct route to market than the traditional terminal market system. All the coffees sourced are SHG (Strictly High Grown) certified which assures that all the coffees sourced have been grown at over 1350masl.
Our Coban is a washed coffee that boasts a full body with notes of Blackberry, raspberry and dark chocolate.