Lime-like acidity is paired with a rich velvety body and strawberry preserve notes, cooling sweet like honey. This farm, Finca El Limonar, is located in the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala and overlooks the San Pedro Necta valley. El Limonar means "the lemon grove", as the farm not only produces coffee but also lemons, bananas, oranges and avocados.
Tasting Notes: Strawberry, Lime, Cream, Honey
Single Origin • Medium/Dark Roast
Small Batch Roasted in Swartz Creek, Michigan
Simply the best med-dark roast I've found. Most med-dark roasts lose fruity identity in pursuit of the darker roast; not Guatemalan. And many fruity coffees are seasonal, not Guatemalan; it remains consistent year round. After much sampling of roasters coast to coast Fireside Guat is my preferred.
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