Producer – 612 small holder producers from Jacaltenango & Huehuetenango
Varietals – Typica, Caturra, Bourbon & Catuai
Process – Fully washed
Based in western Huehuetenango, this producer association supports its members with high prices, technical assistance, and critical loan funding. Over the past decade, the members of Guaya’b have built and developed a wet mill where they are able to grade, pulp, ferment and dry a large proportion of their coffee to a very high standard. The rugged and remote mountain landscape of Huehuetenango is hot and dry owing to the winds that blow over the border from neighbouring Mexico. This allows coffee to be cultivated at up to 2000 meters without fear of frost. The small dense beans are predominantly of the Bourbon variety providing a very clean and lively cup.
Profile – Mild raspberry fruit aroma with a honey sweetness, the finely balanced and bright acidity combines well with a sweet golden raisin flavour.
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