Guatemala El Injertal RFA
1930, Northwestern Guatemala: Jose Olivio Chavez surveys his 200 acres of mountainous, spring-laden land. He wants to use the land to establish an agricultural dynasty without destroying the vista. He decides to plant… what else? Coffee.
Now in its third generation, Finca El Injertal continues to produce some of Guatemala’s finest coffees. Those springs power the mills that the finca operates on site. Long before Rainforest Alliance certification had been conceptualized, Chavez knew to preserve about 30 of those acres. The other 170 are used for coffee cultivation, all shade-grown under the indigenous forest.
Milk chocolate, cherry, lemon.
12 ounce bag, whole bean.
Recommended for all uses
- Finca El Injerto, Huehuetenango, Guatemala
- Washed, Sun-dried
- Caturra, Mundo Novo
- Grown at 1,185-1,645 meters
- Rainforest Alliance Certified