Guatemala

Guatemala

Guatemala began growing coffee commercially in 1850, relatively late compared to some of it's Central American neighbors. Coffee farming practices are similar to other countries in the region, but Guatemala has an abundance of water, volcanic soil, and very distinct micro-climates compared to its neighbors. Although late to coffee, Guatemala recognized and responded to the needs of the emerging specialty coffee sector earlier than most coffee producing regions.

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  1. Red grape, caramel, green apple & honeycomb
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  2. Caramel, caramac, green apple, orange, hint of raspberry, hazelnut
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  3. Creamy chocolate, salted caramel ice cream, hobnobs
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  4. Nectarnine, spiced plum, blueberry, honeydew melon
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  5. Lemon, apple, sultana, milk chocolate
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  6. Chocolate caramel and berries
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  7. Spiced apple, toffee, nectarine
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  8. Black cherry yogurt, creamy galaxy chocolate, caramel ice cream
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