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Guatemala Todos Santos

In the San Martin Cuchumatanes highlands of Guatemala, a group of 276 women coffee farmers form the collective Mujeres luchando por un mejor futuro or Women Fighting for a Better Future.

Located in remote Huehuetenango, Guatemala, these women manage both their families and farms as many men in the area have migrated to the US for work.

Our friends at Onyx coffee importers, alongside the Huehuetenango based group K-finos, worked with the producers on a number of fronts to promote cup quality – hiring an expert agronomist and focusing on varietal cultivation, nursery care, fertilization, soil health, and processing.

The farms are generally between 1700 and 2100 meters above sea level and the cool, often cloudy, climate slows cherry maturity, leading to a coffee harvest from mid-February to early May.

Todos Santos, or Ella as we have informally called it around our roastery, is a supremely balanced and smooth coffee. It has a nice foundation of approachable flavors that remind us of toasted almond and cocoa plus a pop of jammy, apricot-like fruit.

  • Toasted Almond, Cocoa, Apricot
  • This coffee is quite adaptable in preparation. Filter methods like the v60 pour over or Chemex will highlight the coffee’s great flavor clarity. Steeping in a press pot gives a juicy, complex cup. We loved it every way we tried it!
  • Todos Santos San Martin Cuchumatanes, Huehuetenango, Guatemala
  • Catuai, Caturra, Bourbon
  • 1700 - 2100 m
  • Washed

  • Preferred Brewing Methods

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  • Coffee Roast
  • Profile
  • Pourover
  • Clever
  • Chemex
  • Aeropress
  • French Press
  • Espresso
  • Syphon
  • Guatemala Todos Santos

  • Toasted Almond, Cocoa, Apricot
  • Juicy, complex