This coffee comes from the producers of Fedecocagua , from the various coffee areas at an altitude of over 1300 m , which are grown in the microclimates of the coffee zone. Most of these coffees are part of the multiple audits and certifications based on environmental, social and economic criteria: Fairtrade, UTZ, Rainforest Alliance.

About your grower

Cupping characteristics

Cup score: 83

They are located in Huehuetenango, El Quiche, Climaltenango, San Marcos, Santa Rosa, Nuevo Oriente and Coban . This is a private Fedecocagua brand. Coffee does not come from La Antigua. It has been so named since 1994 for the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Fedecocagua (1969). This coffee is a “personal recipe” of excellent coffees, which border the Antigua area, Sacatepequez. Fedecocagua owns the trademark and copyright of the genuine Antigua coffee.
Good preparation and very nice profile.
Altitude 1000-1800 msnm Temperature Soil type FLO CERT ID891 certifications, organic criteria (EU, JAS, NOP / USDA standards) The coffees come from 38 cooperatives certified under the name FLO CERT ID 891 , in Huehuetenango, San Marcos, Chimaltenango, Santa Rosa, Nuevo Oriente and Coban.

One of the most important coffees, a mixture is created to offer us the best quality and the best cup.

Our official production process

The production process of the unique origin of coffees emphasizes and evaluates the characteristics of our terroir . Only coffees grown within the official demarcated area and following the rules of the production process set by our Board of Regulators may have the stamp of guaranteed origin and quality of the Fedecocagua area.

Farm production must be located within the delimited area of unique origin (cafes)

Minimum Altitude 1000m reaching up to 1800m.

Arabica is the official genre

Minimum quality 80pts based on SCAA methodology

The use of good practice and respect for the laws of Guatemala.

Coffee batches should only be stored in recognized cooperatives

Only official coffee bags (packaging) marked with the stamp of guaranteed origin and quality should be used

** terroir = So in theory, terroir is an umbrella term that combines all the different factors that affect wine: the effect of climate, soil, topography, humidity, rainfall, sunshine, soil chemicals but also human intervention in the cultivation of the vineyard when it is done in a traditional way that respects the ecosystem.


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