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Guatemala Carrizal

$22.00$106.20

Sweet and Savory coffee with dominant chocolate and cedar notes, hints of brown sugar, almond, raisin and spice round the cup

Many believe that coffee was first introduced to Guatemala by the Jesuits around 1750, though there are accounts of it being grown and served in the country in 1747. As in El Salvador, coffee only became an important crop in Guatemala after 1856, when the invention of chemical dyes reduced demand for indigo, which was at the time the main cash crop.

Country/Name: Guatemala Carrizal
Region: Carrizal, New Oriente Region
Variety: Caturra, Villa Sarchi, Borboncito, Sarchimor
Elevation: 1000 MASL
Process: Fully Washed, Sun Dry Patios/Greenhouse
Drum dryers
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MASL = Meters Above Sea Level

 

Cupping Notes

Roast Profile: Medium
Acidity: Medium acidity
Body: Medium to Full Body
Aroma: Chocolate, slight spice cedar
Taste: Sweet and Savory coffee with dominant chocolate and cedar notes, hints of brown sugar, almond, raisin and spice round the cup
Finish: Long chocolatey finish

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