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Huehuetenango

$9.90

Creamy vanilla and blood orange with subtle notes of cinnamon

Tasting notes Vanilla, blood orange & cinnamon
Intensity 7/13
Best served Without milk
Capsule Biodegradable & Compostable
Compatibility Nespresso®

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Total Pods = 10

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Vendor: Pod & Parcel SKU: SINGLEHUEHUETENANGO
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 165 reviews
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S.T.
5 Stars
Cheers for the feedback, Shelley! :)
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L.C.
New customer
Hey Lynda! Thanks for the awesome feedback, we're glad to have another convert!
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E.S.
Love it!
Thanks for loving P&P, Edward!
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Y.
Black Coffee, No Additives...
Thanks for loving our Huehuetenango specialty coffee, Ys1! :)
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Cheers Anon!
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J.V.
Awesome product!
Wow! Looking forward to have you as a repeat customer, Jane!
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T.M.
Ay-yiy-yiy Huehuetenango...
In the end, its all about love and coffee, isnt it, Terry? :) Thanks for your review!
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M.
Magic in a pod
Hi Mitch, massive thanks for sharing the magic and for your support! Happy we could provide you with Aussie feel-good coffee. Cheers, 6-star customer :) P&P
More Info

The beauty of single origins is their story. Huehuetenango (pronounced way-way-teh-nan-go) is no exception.

This coffee hails from a group of microlots called the Cooperativa Todosanterita, located in Huehuetenango, a region found in the highlands of the Sierra de los Cuchamatanes in South-Western Guatemala. Here, you’ll find a mountain range with altitudes perfect for producing arabica beans with distinct flavour profiles. Coffee harvest is brief, only lasting three to four months and typically occurring between January and April.

In quite a unique complement of flavours, this coffee has creamy vanilla body with notes of blood orange, contributing to its acidity. You may also experience a subtle yet notable cinnamon finish to round out the cup. The Cooperativa Todosanterita is also associated with the Federation of Cooperatives of Coffee Producers of Guatemala, a group aimed to better the village’s living conditions, providing drinking water, schools, and medical clinics.

In fact, this village is so ancient that the main language spoken in this village isn’t Spanish, it’s the Mayan language, ‘Mam’. It’s true what they say: good things don’t last. Such is the case with this coffee.