Los Ancestros, Guatemala - Filter
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Los Ancestros, Guatemala - Filter

Red Fruits, Lime, Honey, Vanilla
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£9.00
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13 coffee growers contribute to this community blend and produce coffees with strong red fruit, lime, honey, and vanilla notes. The variety of microclimates, combined with the diversity of altitudes.

Our coffees are seasonal and are freshly roasted by us at our London roastery. Additional origin information and the recommended brew recipe can be found below. 

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Story

Los Ancestros coffee grows along the mountains that surround a Mayan archaeological site, Zaculeu, in Western Guatemala. Huehuetenango’s past is marked by an intense history, beautiful temples, and ancient civilizations that is reflected in the intense fruity notes of Los Ancestros. In Huehuetenango, 13 coffee growers contribute to this community blend and produce coffees with strong red fruit, lime, honey, and vanilla notes. The variety of microclimates, combined with the diversity of altitudes within the region, and the passion of these coffee growers make it possible to produce amazing coffees.

Coffee growers in this region are innovators, they love to try new processes, new varieties, and new ways of doing things to achieve better prices. Lately, they have been innovating by experimenting with honey-processed coffees and have achieved some incredible results.

The Beans

Producer

13 coffee growers in the region

Variety

Caturra, Bourbon, Pache, Catuaí

Process Method

Washed with Extended Fermentation

The Farm

Country

Guatemala

Region

Huehuetenango

altitude

1200 - 1900 MASL

harvest

December - March

Recipe/Brew Guide

Filter
Dose: 15g
Yield: 250ml
Time: 3:00min

Espresso
Dose: 18g
Yield: 40g
Time: 30 seconds