Huehuetenango has a unique microclimate – the cold mountain temperatures are balanced out by warm winds that blow over from Mexico. The clay and rock that dominate the landscape have created mineral-rich soil, and the long dry summers allow for even drying resulting in notes of blood orange, vanilla, chocolate, and malt. This coffee is super balanced and extremely sweet.
Francisco Morales got his passion for coffee growing from his grandfather, who planted 100 coffee trees when he was just 14 years old. Francisco himself started his own farm with 9000 seedlings he grew in a nursery in 1977.