Gregorio

Mataquescuintla is a municipality in the Jalapa department of south-east Guatemala. The region's history is intrinsically linked to El Salvador's native Pipil people. In fact, the name comes from the Nahuatl language of the Pipil and means "Net to catch dogs".

This coffee is sourced from Gregorio Munoz, an independent producer in the remote village of Las Menas in central Mataquescuintla. He cultivates a small plot of 3 hectares alongside his brother René and their brother-in-law, Irineo Ramirez.

The resulting cup reminds us of chocolate & cherry.

Roasted by

KŌHĪ
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Coffee details

Country
Guatemala
Region
Mataquescuintla
Variety
pache san ramon
Altitude
1900 m
Farm
Gregorio
Producer
Gregorio Munoz
Process
washed

Tastes like

🍫
chocolate
🍒
cherry

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