Guatemala - Finca La Bolsa

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Finca La Bolsa is a farm with full of history. Back in 2002, they won the 2nd place in the Guatemala COE. Currently under the management of Maria Elena Vides. She is the daughter of of Jorge Vides. Jorge Vides, the patriach of the family founded Finca La Bolsa back in 1958. The farm is located in La Libertad, Huhuetenango. He founded the farm while being a full-time doctor. The farm was his hobby and his retreat. His main passion was on healthcare led him to become the director of the National Hospital of Huehuetenango which to this day bear his name.

1958, the land that he bought was then covered in forest. The variety that his cultivate was bourbon and caturra. Apart from coffee and healthcare, Snr Jorge did quite a lot of humanatarian campaign. 1980 he founded a school that runs on the farm.

Now, the business is under the care of Maria Elena (Jorge's daughter) and Renardo Ovalle (Jorge's Grandson).

What we have here is the coffee of a mix variety known as the La Danta Lot. It’s a combination of Bourbon, Caturra and Pacamara. The coffee planted for this lot is planted at between 1300 to 1600 masl above sea level. The coffee is process as natural process where the coffee is dried together with its cherry.

The ground coffee has a sweet blueberry, mango, raisin fragrance. The main note at first sip is grapes and blueberries with a little wine aroma, followed by mango and passion fruit flavors with cocoa aroma and cherry aroma emerge in the aftertaste. The coffee is rich in taste and solid flavor. We have no shortage of descriptor for this coffee.

Variety : La Danta Lot
Altitude : 1300 to 1600 masl
Process : Natural
Origin : La Libertad, Huhuetenango