Hiro. Guatemala, R. Zelaya, borboncito, NTRL

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The Hiro, Winey & Tropical.

More of a wild and adventurous profile. Any origin goes and the roast level depends on the coffee, but we tend to keep it lighter. Expect a coffee with notes you wouldn’t normally associate with its origin.

 


The Hiro right now & origin details

Coffees from Ricardo are always a treat. Always plenty of acidity to play with, and this borboncito mutation is no different. Santa Clara puts out much more sparkly coffees than Ricardos other farms, part of it is due to the elevation and mill, which is always kept spotless. You would not think this coffee is from Guatemala at all.

Notes

plum, gamay, pear

Country

Guatemala

Producer / Mill / Group

Ricardo Zelaya, Santa Clara

Elevation

1600-1830m

Process

natural

Variety

borboncito

Harvested

Imported by Billy @ West Coast

a few resources

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Brew guides.
a better cup at home

Coffee Archive.
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