Cupping notes: bright sourness, chocolate-caramel notes, dark cherry
Roasting: medium roast
Guatemala is famous for its amazing landscapes and no less amazing varieties of coffee. One of them is Guatemala Dolores growing at an altitude of 1500 to 1900 m. Low temperature at such altitude promotes long-term maturation which could not but affect the fullness and the diversity of taste. It’s the soft coffee with bright fruity sourness. The main note is chocolate, with a slight aftertaste of cherry.