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ONA Coffee - Guatemala Los Andes, Natural - Filter

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This is a Guatemalan like we have never tasted before. Its a very fruit-forward expression makes you want to sing The Wiggles classic 'fruit salad, yummy yummy' with an exciting mix of tropical fruits, fresh strawberries, honeydew melon and peach.

Tropical fruits, strawberries, green melon and peach
ROAST Filter
COMPONENTS Guatemala Los Andes, Natural


At Finca Los Andes the days are kissed with the sun, and the nights are cool. This allows a more extended maturation of the coffee on the tree, creating a dense flavourful cup profile. The cool nights are also crucial in developing a sparkling acidity quality that makes for lift and excitement to the richer fruit qualities found in her Naturals. For this lot, the coffee is harvested by hand, washed and sorted at the wet mill before being placed on raised beds to dry for 20-25 days.

PRODUCER Olga Hazard
REGION Atitlan
ALTITUDE 1880masl


Los Andes, Guatemala

Los Andes, a coffee and tea estate in Guatemala, provides work and life for about 150 people. The private nature reserve, owned by Olga Hazard and her family, is much more than a coffee farm. Hazard seeks buyers who share her mission—seeking out people who are interested in buying coffees from sustainable communities protecting nature and are interested in supporting educational programs. At Los Andes, the workers' families are provided with a home with electricity and clean water. They have access to a health clinic and a small store, and children have the opportunity to receive an education. Los Andes produces an average of 4,000 bags of parchment coffee each year. Here the coffee trees grow fruit on the slope of the Atitlan Volcano. Most of the coffee is a mix of various Arabica cultivars. Olga's Geishas and Bourbon grow at the highest elevations of 1800+masl.