·EL TEMPLO·

Huehuetenango, Guatemala

COUNTRY

Guatemala

MUNICIPALITY

La Democracia – La Libertad – Malacatancito – San Antonio Huista – San Pedro Necta – Santa Barbara – Todos Santos Cuchumatanes – Union Cantinil

HARVEST

January – April

DEPARTMENT

Huehuetenango

ALTITUDE

1,300 – 2,000 MASL

VARIETIES

Caturra – Bourbon – Pache – Catuaí

El Templo co­ffee is a blend that showcases the beauty, the history and the culture of Huehuetenango and its Mayan archeological site, Zaculeu. Huehuetenango is very well-known for its climate, landscapes and its long history. The people here, the coff­ee growing families that produce amazing co­ffees, work surrounded by mountains and beautiful perfectly-blue lagoons, well worth visiting. El Templo coff­ee has notes of sweet honey, yellow fruits, mandarin, orange and a juicy body.

The co­ffee producers that contribute to El Templo are small-scale producers. The average size of farms in the region is 3.48 hectares and their productivity is around 1,600 kg of cherries per hectare.

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