NO. 216 - Guatemala - Medium Dark Roast

NO. 216 - Guatemala - Medium Dark Roast

Regular price$17.99


This roast is in honor of Officer Patrolman Chase Lee Maddox and his family.

 Say their names ~ Never forget their sacrifice!

Officer Chase Lee Maddox - EOW February 9, 2018


ACODIHUE is the Fair Trade and Organic certified organization that produced this coffee. The cooperative is made up of top-level associations and community committees representing the individual producers. ACODIHUE promotes respect for their specific differences, such as rural life, diversity of cultures, gender and religious beliefs.

Specifically, ACODIHUE is focused on poverty reduction and food insecurity of it's members. It contributes to projects co-financed by international and national organizations in the areas of health, education, food security, gender equity, agricultural production, and restoration/conservation of the environment.

ACODIHUE serves 16 municipalities in the department of Huehuetenango, two municipalities in San Marcos, and two in Totonicapán. Over 40,000 farmers are members of this Coop.

ACODIHUE's coffee comes from 71% of indigenous women coffee producers in the mountainous territory of Cuchumatanes, Huehuetenango, with an average altitude of 1,500 meters (4,920 feet) above sea level. They utilize a traditional way of processing: natural fermentation, manual selection and drying in the sun.

Tasting notes: Chocolate and pecan with mild fresh citrus flavors with mild sweetness and balanced acidity


Fair Trade Organic
Washed processed
1400-2200 meters
Variety: Bourbon, Catimor, Caturra, Maragogype, Pache

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