The Quetzaltenango growing region of Guatemala is rich with volcanic soil and cloudy weather. At elevations around 1400-1600 meters this combination creates a not-too-dense and balanced coffee with great approachable flavor. If you have ever wanted to try a truly complex and rich coffee without the strange or 'advanced' flavors that usually come with them, this is the one!
This particular coffee is a washed blend of Bourbon, Catuai and Caturra varietals. It is mild and complex with rich creme brulee, mango ice cream, and rainier cherry flavors dominating the cup. It has a relatively light body and a clean, charming acidity.