Guatemala Huehuetenango Coffee: Gratitude Blend
Roasted By: Maddat Coffee
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Guatemala Huehuetenango Coffee Profile
Body: Light, almost-buttery
Taste: Balanced, notes of fruit, nut & slight chocolate
Fragrance: Sweet, Floral
Aroma: Floral, fruity, nutty
Sweetness: Moderate, fruity
Acidity: Moderate, fruity
Aftertaste: Clean, lingering
Origin(s): Guatemala, Huehuetenango
Cert(s): Fair Trade, Organic, Charitable Contributions
"Maddat" is derived from a Nepalese word meaning "community, help, spirituality and positivity". The aptly chosen name of this roaster reflects their values quite well. Maddat Coffee takes pride in helping others, contributing to a variety of humanitarian charities, and providing a Fair Trade, Organic product to coffee lovers. If we were to ignore the good nature of Maddat Coffee, and look solely at their coffee, we would still say that their Guatemala Huehuetenango coffee blend is truly remarkable.
What makes Guatemala Huehuetenango Coffee special?
With the recent increase in demand for single origin coffees, a misconception that coffee from a single origin is automatically superior to blends seems to have appeared. This is simply not true. While it may be a trend that low end coffees are typically blends and many renowned coffees are single origin, it is by no means a rule. Maddat Coffee appears to have had Aristotle's famous quote "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts" in mind when the created their Guatemalan Blend. Maddat expertly produces a perfectly balanced taste with notes of fruit, nut and a bit of chocolate. All of this is encompassed by delightfully light, nearly buttery mouthfeel. Blend naysayers, give Gratitude a try and please get back to us.
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