ASOBAGRI or The Asociacion
Barillense de Agricultores was founded in 1989 by 20 Mayan coffee and cardamom farmers. It currently has more than 1,200 cooperative members from approximately 30 small villages. The cooperative promotes
sustainable agriculture by training its farmers in organic production methods, They continue to reinvest in their infrastructure while exploring new quality control measures through financing and operating their own warehouses and drying patios.
notes: This decaf has hints of red fruit, with a caramel and almond finish. All wrapped up in a delicious creamy cup.
where: The Huehuetenango region,
surrounded by the Cuchumantanes Mountains and the Maxbal Forest Reserve. This coffee is shade grown under guava, plantain and banana trees.
roast profile: medium roast
This coffee is certified fair trade/organic and shade grown.