USDA Organic Certified Coffee
This particular Guatemala roast is off-the-charts AMAZING. We are obsessed with its chocolate-y flavor notes and its deep richness.
These particular coffee beans are sourced from family-owned farms organized around the Association of Special Coffee Producers of Huehuetenango (ASOPCE), which has 450 members who cultivate coffee on small parcels of land throughout the department of Huehuetenango, Guatemala. ASOPCE work with an exporting company called BICAFE to gain access to technical support for best agricultural practices. The partnership has helped to improve quality, increase earnings from coffee sales, and strengthen families’ livelihoods. BICAFE has its own centrally located warehouse and dry mill facility (powered by 250 solar panels), which eases transportation costs for producers and ensures coffee traceability.
Grower: Association of Special Coffee Producers of Huehuetenango (ASOPCE)
Variety: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, Pache, and San Ramon
Region: Huehuetenango, Guatemala
Altitude: 1350-2050 meters
Soil: Clay minerals
Process: Fully washed and dried in the sun
USDA Organic Certified products must be produced using agricultural production practices that foster resource cycling, promote ecological balance, maintain and improve soil and water quality, minimize the use of synthetic materials, and conserve biodiversity.
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My mom loves this brand coffee, since the first time she asked me to buy more.