Guatemala Lote Especial - Pablo Cecillo Godinez
|Bag Weight||69 KG BAG|
About This Coffee
Pablo Cecilio Godinez has been tending to his coffee farm in Sajchumba Tectitán for the past four years. Nestled amidst breathtaking landscapes, Pablo's farm is appropriately named "El Mirador", or "the Viewpoint" in English. The name perfectly captures the essence of the farm, as it is situated at a high elevation, providing a magnificent and awe-inspiring view of the surrounding beauty.
For Pablo, his journey as a coffee grower began with a deep-rooted connection to the land and a desire to create something special. With a keen interest in agriculture and a love for coffee, he saw an opportunity to merge his passions and embarked on this fulfilling endeavor.
Over the years, Pablo's dedication and hard work have borne fruit, quite literally. His coffee beans have gained a reputation for their distinctive flavors and exceptional quality. Buyers and coffee enthusiasts seek out his beans, knowing that each cup brewed from "El Mirador" carries the essence of his commitment and love for the craft.
With each harvest, he looks forward to bringing the world a taste of the remarkable coffee that grows in the highlands of Sajchumba Tectitán, where "El Mirador" stands tall, offering a view that is as captivating as the coffee it produces.
|Subregion||Sajchumba, Tectitán, Huehuetenango|
|Producer Type||Single Estate|
|Farm Name||El Mirador|
|Coffee Grade||GTM CA WA SHB FANCY|
|Screen Size||15 Up|
|Bag Weight||69 KG BAG|
|Bag Types||Grain Pro / Ecotact|
Sajchumba, a hidden gem nestled in the picturesque region of Tectitán, Huehuetenango, Guatemala, offers a unique and fascinating blend of natural beauty and vibrant culture. This remote village is known for its rich indigenous heritage and breathtaking landscapes, making it an enchanting destination for travelers seeking an authentic and off-the-beaten-path experience.
One of the most captivating aspects of Sajchumba is its traditional Mayan culture, which is proudly preserved by the local community. The village is home to the Mam people, an indigenous group with a rich history that dates back centuries. Visitors to Sajchumba have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the traditions, rituals, and customs of the Mam people, gaining a profound understanding of their way of life.
The traditional clothing worn by the Mam women is a remarkable sight to behold. Colorful and intricately woven textiles adorn their dresses, each design representing a unique story or cultural significance. The vibrant clothing showcases the Mam people's artistic talent and their deep connection to their heritage.
Sajchumba's remote location and preserved way of life make it a destination that offers a rare and authentic glimpse into the heart of Guatemala's indigenous culture.
The washed method at Pablo's farm is artisinal and meticulous. It all begins with the selective picking of only the ripest coffee cherries. Experienced harvesters carefully handpick each cherry, ensuring that only the perfectly matured ones make it to the next stage.
Once harvested, the coffee cherries are fed into pulpers, which skillfully remove the outer layers. Next, the beans, still coated with some sticky mucilage, are placed in basins to undergo fermentation. After fermentation, the beans are meticulously washed in drip troughs or channels. Water is used to cleanse the beans thoroughly, removing any residual mucilage and preparing them for the drying process.
The washed coffee beans are carefully spread out on canvas-covered floors and left to dry for approximately three days. Throughout this period, the beans are regularly turned to ensure uniform drying and prevent any mold or spoilage.
As a result of this dedicated approach, the washed process yields a cup of coffee that delights the senses with its bright acidity, clean taste, and complex flavor notes. For coffee enthusiasts who appreciate a refined and superior coffee experience, the washed process remains a favored and sought-after choice.
- Subregion Sajchumba, Tectitán, Huehuetenango
- Farm Name El Mirador
- Producer Type Single Estate
- Processing Washed
- Bag Types Grain Pro / Ecotact
- Plant Species Arabica
- Variety Caturra, Sarchimor
- Min Growing Altitude 2100m
- Screen Size 15 Up
- On Sale No
- Top Lot No
- Price Per Kg €8.60
- Status Spot
- Coffee Grade GTM CA WA SHB FANCY
- CTRM Contract Number P8002180-2
- Origin Guatemala
- Warehouse Vollers Hamburg