Guatemala Hunapu

cedar, maple, navel orange
Antigua | Bourbon & Caturra | 1500-1800 masl | Washed



Hunapu means “mountain flower” in the K’iche language, the most widespread of the indigenous languages in Guatemala. It is also the indigenous name for Vulcan de Agua, a volcano located near the city of Antigua.  The processing mill Bella Vista is located at the foot of the volcano. Bella Vista is a farm, a wet mill, and dry mill. Hunapu is a blend of lots from different producers who own 1-4 hectare farms around Antigua between 1500 and 1800 meters. The majority of this coffee is of the Bourbon variety.  Hunapu has excellent maple syrup sweetness balanced with structured citrus acidity.