Cartwheel Coffee Roasters
Guatemala Andres Cano

Roaster Location: Flag of United Kingdom Nottingham

4.50(1)

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Bean Source Country: Guatemala
Bean Source Region: Huehuetenango
Process: Washed

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  • Q Reviews

    63 roasts rated, avg score of 4.46

    4.50 - Average

    One of my favourite bag designs so far this. Very appealing. Within is a very enjoyable coffee and a fine example of coffee form this region. Its juicy with malic apple acidity, brown sugar sweetness, some stone fruit and pear aromatics and caramel with milk chocolate, especially on the wet aroma.

    The sort of coffee that will genuinely be just as enjoyable however you brew it I think. Lovely stuff

    Cupping Method:Follow @the_qreview on Instagram for photos and the full post.

    3 months ago · See more from Q · Social link

More Details

Bean Source Country: Guatemala
Guatemala is one of the main coffee-producing countries in Central America. Its volcanic soil and altitude make it ideal for producing quality arabica.
Coffee in Guatemala is grown in the high-altitude regions of the country. The country is known for producing high-quality Arabica beans, known for their well-balanced, rich, and complex flavors with notes of chocolate, fruit, and nuts with great acidity. The volcanic soil and favorable climate conditions contribute to the unique taste profile of Guatemalan coffee. The coffee industry is a significant part of the country's economy, with small-scale farmers and cooperatives being the primary producers. Guatemala represents around 2% of the world's coffee production, but due to its reputation for high quality, has an outsized impact in specialty roasts.
Bean Source Region: Huehuetenango
Specialty coffee from Huehuetenango, a region in the highlands of Guatemala, is renowned for its unique flavor profile, characterized by a complex blend of fruity, floral, and citrus notes, often complemented by a mild, chocolatey undertone. Grown at elevations ranging from 1,500 to 2,000 meters above sea level, the beans benefit from the area's microclimates, well-drained soil, and cool temperatures, which contribute to the slow maturation of the coffee cherries. Huehuetenango coffee is a favorite among connoisseurs and frequently scores high in specialty coffee cuppings.
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