Guatemala La Ruda | Filter - Packaging: 1 kg

Guatemala La Ruda | Filter - Packaging: 1 kg

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The coffee from the Finca La Ruda farm will enchant you with its sour notes of apples, perfectly complemented by the sweet taste of caramel and chocolate. Enjoy Guatemalan coffee from an altitude of 1400-1500 m above sea level. More

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Green Plantation

The coffee from the Finca La Ruda farm will enchant you with its sour notes of apples, perfectly complemented by the sweet taste of caramel and chocolate. Enjoy Guatemalan coffee from an altitude of 1400-1500 m above sea level. More

Product code: 6260-3647 Shipping options

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Roasted coffee: La Ruda

  • Country Guatemala
  • Chiquimula region
  • grower Jose David Guerra Garza
  • altitude 1400-1550 m above sea level
  • type 100% Arabica
  • Maragogype variety
  • processing washed
  • filter roasting

Coffee from the Chiquimula region

Jose David Guerra Garzea of Finca La Ruda Farm is committed to producing specialty coffees while prioritizing environmental sustainability and social responsibility. The farm follows practices that minimize ecological impact and ensure that coffee production is in harmony with nature.

Maragogype, discovered in 1870 near the Brazilian city of Maragogipe, is a natural mutation of the Typica variety, which is known for its particularly large beans. Today, Maragogype is less well known than its descendant Pacamara (where it crosses with Pacas).

The cherries are selectively hand-picked and processed on the farm. They are stripped of their skins and crushed. The coffee is fermented in fermentation tanks for 12 to 15 hours. After fermentation, the parchment is washed in clean water and placed on terraces to dry. The parchment takes approximately 10 to 12 days to dry.

How will this coffee taste?

Guatemalan coffees are generally characterised by their full body, perfectly clean flavour, apple-like acidity and hints of caramel. And that is the case with this particular washed coffee from the Chiquimula region. The apple acidity, balanced by sweet caramel, is complemented by delicious chocolate notes.

Recommended for filter coffee. A fine roasting profile has been developed just for this method of coffee preparation. In addition to using it for classic drip coffee from a dripper or drip coffee machine, you can also enjoy coffee from a French Press, AeroPress or Chemex.

Parameters
Taste characteristics Apple, Caramel, Chocolate
Cupping score 85
Type Arabica
Acidity of coffee More acidic
Method of preparation Aeropress, Chemex, Clever Dripper, French press, Hario V60, Vacuum Pot
Altitude 1400-1500 m above sea level.
Area Chiquimula
Using Filter
Production Single farm
Variety Maragogipe
Country Guatemala
Retrieved from Washed (wet)

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