The Guatemala SHB EP Laurel coffee is produced in the regions of Santa Rosa (South Central region of Guatemala) and in Huehuetenango (Northwest region of Guatemala). Both regions are known for producing exceptionally great coffee. While the coffee grown in the Santa Rosa region boasts a balanced cup with chocolate notes, the coffee grown in the region of Huehuetenango is known for its bright acidity, floral notes, and winey notes. This combination makes for floral, sweet cup that has a round, full body, bright acidity, and great chocolate and nutty notes. The Laurel only comes from coffee farms that are situated at a minimum of 1,200 meters above sea level. Because of the consistency of the SHB, the same high quality found in this coffee can be expected year after year.
floral, sweet, chocolate notes, winey, soft nutty notes, full body, crisp acidity, complex, hint of fruit in the aftertaste