Huckleberry Roasters Guatemala Atitlán AProCafé Single Origin Coffee

Huckleberry Roasters Guatemala Atitlán AProCafé Single Origin Coffee

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[NOTE: This is really good coffee, and priced accordingly. You don't have to be a coffee nerd to appreciate it, but it might help. On the other hand, even if you're just an average everyday coffee drinker, you can feel good supporting not only us and Huckleberry Roasters, but the coffee growers themselves. Read more about Huck's direct trade relationship with these fine folks below.]

Tasty whole bean coffee, freshly roasted about a hundred feet from our kitchen by our delightfully aromatic next door neighbor Huckleberry Roasters. And when we say freshly roasted, we mean it is not even roasted yet! It will be roasted Thursday night just in time for your weekend delivery.

This single origin coffee comes to you from the Lake Atitlán region of Guatemala. Here is what Huck says about this very special coffee:

Guatemala is always on our minds here at Huckleberry, and even though the coffees from the AProCafé Growers Association might only be on our menu for a few months each year, these coffees represent year-round work and commitment from both Huck and the growers. After months of work and a bit of waiting, we’re always stoked to drop this coffee back into the lineup.

We've been roasting coffee from AProCafé since 2015, and it’s been a hands-on relationship since day one. Several years ago we worked with the group to develop their first single farmer microlot program, and each year, have used a portion of proceeds from our holiday Sister Winter blend to help the group with a variety of projects.

AProCafé has used Sister Winter funds to purchase and apply organic-approved leaf rust prevention treatments, to build raised drying beds to improve coffee processing, and buy Brix meters to help in harvesting coffee cherries at their optimal ripeness. Two years ago, Sister Winter funds helped the group with a few final pieces of equipment at a new mini wet mill, close to the group’s more remote growers, and this year, much of this coffee was processed at the new station.

We're tasting red apple, milk chocolate, subtle berries, and almondy nougat in this year's crop - dependably sweet and delicious!

12-ounce bag of whole bean coffee


Grind and brew using the method of your choice!


Blend of Brazil Fazenda Cotrim e D'Allesandro, Costa Rica Santa Maria, and Nicaragua Nueva Segovia El Diablo

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