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Coffee harvests can be just a little (or a lot) different each year. That's why it's always exciting and just a little bit unnerving when we get a new crop in from a favorite estate or coop. Well, you can breath a sigh of relief, these two old favorites are just as good as last year if not better!

 

Guatemala Huehuetenango Adiesto Organic

Guatemala Huehuetenango Adiesto Organic: Coffees from Huehuetenango are far and away our best selling coffees from the Americas. They're complex, full-bodied and handle most levels of roasting really well. It's rare, however, for us to find an organic one! Well, we're pleased to bring you this offering from the Adiesto Coop! It's got everything you love about coffee from this region with the feel-good component of being organic. Look for notes of cocoa, tangerine, honey and raw sugar. Sure to please every coffee lover!

 

Honduras Royal Reserva Natural Organic: Speaking of rare finds, how often do you see a completely natural processed coffee from the Americas?! Sure, lately the honey processing method (which is a semi-washed method) is becoming more and more popular, but completely dry processing remains an unusual find. One of our favorite importers, Royal NY, partnered with the COMSA coop in Honduras to bring you this special treat. It's twisty and juicy with big notes of cherry, peach and strawberry jam. 

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