- Country and region: Huehuetenango, Guatemala
- Altitude: 1400-2000 m above sea level
- Type of coffee: Arabica
- Degree of roasting: Medium to dark
- Aroma: Fruit, chocolate
- Body: Medium
- Taste: Dried peaches, almonds, chocolate
The quality of coffee being produced in Guatemala is increasing, overall, due to the diversity of the industry’s producers. There are more and more small holder farmers producing exceptional coffee at high altitudes. Cooperatives are becoming more appealing to so many smallholders because they often offer farmers financing and other support for improving their farming and processing and are frequently able to offer higher prices for cherry than middlemen. Many cooperatives have initiated quality improvement training for farmer members and are becoming more adept at helping members market their coffee as specialty.