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Teamwork Seasonal Espresso | Guatemala

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  • Apple & Chocolate
    Harvest: March 2023

    Country: Guatemala
    Producer: Community Blend
    Region: Huehuetenango
    Process: Washed
    Variety: Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon & Pache
    Altitude: 1,200 - 1,900 masl

    As the seasons change, so does our TEAMWORK espresso, highlighting the very best single origin coffees throughout the year. We’re looking for coffees that are balanced and sweet, delicious in milk, and with enough complexity to be enjoyed straight up. This coffee comes from a group of farmers growing coffee in the highlands of Huehuetenango. This area has the highest non-volcanic mountains in Central America, and some of the most exciting, and complex coffees we’ve tasted from Guatemala have come from here. Expect a sweet and crisp espresso, with flavours of green apple and chocolate.

    Today, nearly half of coffee production comes from countries predicted to lose more than 60% of land suitable for growing coffee by 2050. As temperatures rise and extreme weather becomes more frequent, coffee farming is becoming increasingly difficult and less profitable for many producers across the globe. World Coffee Research is a non-profit organisation providing farmers with the tools, knowledge, and plants necessary to adapt in a changing climate. Together with our importing partners Primavera, we are donating €0.50 from every Kg of TEAMWORK Seasonal Espresso to support their work.

    To learn more, click here!

  • Price we paid: €7.85/kg

    FOB: €5.34/kg

    Farmer / Producer Price: €4.40/kg

    Weight Purchased: 3,726 kgs

    Relationship: 3 years

    Importer: Primavera

    Our Teamwork Espresso was purchased through Primavera who is both importer and exporter for this coffee. A close community of farmers from Huehuetenango contributed to this lot and their coffee was sold as dried parchment. Primavera’s sister company, La Central de Café mills the coffee, prepares the export documentation and transports the coffee to port. Then Primavera ships the coffee to their warehouse and arranges the onward transport to our roastery.