Guatemala Finca El Injerto "Nativo"

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Finca El Injerto is undoubtedly one of the most prestigious coffee farms in the world. The Aguirre Family has been farming coffee on this beautiful site in the Guatemalan highlands of Huehuetenango since 1900. Third and Fourth generation farmers Arturo Aguirre Sr. and his son Arturo Aguirre Jr. have elevated the farm to new heights. The have won the Gold Medal in the Guatemalan Cup of Excellence 8 times and an additional 13 Top Five medals since 2003.

Finca El Injerto is absolutely breathtaking in natural beauty and showcases the Aguirre's innovative, harmonious, and sustainable development of this treasure. The farm rises from 1500 meters to 1920 meters which provides for many unique micro-climates and different terroir. The Aquirre's have used this diversity to experiment with many different coffee varietals to expand their portfolio of award winning coffees. They are a "Rain Forest Alliance" certified farm growing the coffee trees under a canopy of Inga, Macadamia and Gravillea trees. Additionally, they are the first "CO2 (Carbon) Neutral" certified coffee farm in Guatemala.

More information can be found at their website .

Our City Roast brings out bold notes of brown sugar and dark chocolate with subtle notes of orange zest.

Grower Arturo Aguirre Sr. &. Jr.

Region La Libertad, Huehuetenango

Altitude 1500-1920 Meters

Variety Red Bourbon and Catuai

Process Fully Washed

Certifications Rain Forest Alliance, CO2 Neutral certified

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  • 5
    Perfect black

    Posted by Amanda on May 10th 2023

    I am a black coffee drinker, I have tried just about every coffee sold by WW roaster's. My favorite used to be pursued by bear and harvest but I randomly selected "Nativo" and I now exclusively drink this coffee only. It has a very bright, clean taste with the tobacco coming on the backend. It distinctly reminds me of a cabin I used to live in, sitting on the homemade porch in the early mornings, the smell of the night's rain hanging in the air, with the wood stove puffing and brewing a freshly ground cup of coffee over the flame. If you get the opportunity to buy a bag I strongly recommend it, whole bean is the best way to go.

  • 5
    Save the USPS!

    Posted by Aleks on Sep 7th 2020

    If I can’t get this coffee through the mail, it will lower my quality of life significantly.

  • 4

    Posted by Kathleen Harding on Jul 16th 2020

    We use this with our French Press. Such a great flavor with just a hint of chocolate.

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