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El Paraiso Village, La Libertad, Huehuetenango
Caturra & Catuai
Almond butter, lemon, and chocolate cake.
In the cup: Coffees really have a distinctive personality--some are silly and colourful, others serious and contemplative. This sharply dressed character is sitting in a hotel lobby--serenading guests with jazz standards on the baby grand piano. An excellent body with fresh citric acidity, this filter is well-balanced and incredibly sweet and dessert-like. With almond butter, hibiscus and a long chocolate cake linger.
The producer: The Hidalgo family began growing coffee in the El Pariso village in the municipality of La Libertad 1950s. In the 1970's, Don Silvano Hidalgo inherited a part of the farm which he named Las Camelias because of the beautiful camelia flowers that grew in his garden. The camelia flower is a symbol of beauty and love in the region and is a constant reminder of the relationship the farm has with the land.