About this coffee
Seattle ain’t got nothing on Cobán.
Cobán sits right at the heart of Guatemala. And they say there are two seasons there: rainy and rainier. Because of it’s celebrated chipichipi (translation: continuous drizzle), Cobán averages over 100 inches of rain each year which blows Seattle’s 40+ inches out of the (literal) water. Thankfully, this climate lends itself to pretty tasty coffee.
The Santa Isabel is a brand new Guatemalan coffee hailing from this rain-soaked municipality. But, the one sip of this coffee and you’ll be transported to a tropical paradise leaving the chipichipi far behind. The aroma hints of sweet coconut leading to a burst of tropical passion fruit on the tongue. Mingling flavors of rich caramel rounds out this stand out coffee from Guatemala.
So, as we welcome the cooler Fall weather, let’s all sip on Santa Isabel together.
Passion Fruit, Coconut, Caramel
Brew this coffee any way you like it and it's sure to please. Guatemalan coffees are very versatile. We think Santa Isabel shines brightest in the Kalita. We like the balance of the creamy body and the mild juicy acidity
RATIO: 17:1 (Example: 425 grams water, 25 grams coffee produces a 12 ounce cup)
REGION: Cobán, Guatemala
FARM/MILL: Santa Isabel
ALTITUDE: 1,400-1,500 meters
PRODUCER: Luis Valdés
PROCESS: Fully Washed, Dried in Greenhouse on raised beds
Relationally sourced through our partners at TG Labs.
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