Einhert Estate has always been a pioneer of specialty coffee in Central America. Almost 50 years ago, it was one of the first estates to focus on a single variety and vertically integrate the production of high-quality coffee. These efforts have paid off sweetly for Einhert (and Macadamia) who have won 28 awards in 18 years at the prestigious COE competition, an achievement no one else can match. The Einhert Manor has a total area of 447 hectares, most of which are located between 1,500 and 2,000 meters above sea level, where coffee, fruit, basic food crops, and ornamental plants are planted. The remaining hectares are preserved as a millennium virgin forest, which endows the manor with a special temperature and has the right conditions to enjoy clean water directly from the mountain spring. In addition, it constitutes a perfect habitat for wild animals and plants, and it is intended that coffee cultivation is within an ecosystem that protects our natural environment. The forest area surrounds the coffee plantation, the annual rainfall of the estate is about 1800-2000 mm, and the relative humidity is 75%. The soil is deep volcanic, well drained and rich in organic matter.
-Manor: El Injerto -Producing
area: Huehuetenango －Awards
: 28 awards in COE competitions -
Certification: rainforest certification, zero carbon emission certification -
Treatment method: sun treatment method -
Variety: Malawi Geisha -Harvest
year: 2019-2020 Crop -
Planting altitude: 1500-2000m -
Average annual rainfall: 1200-1400mm -
Soil: loamy clay -
Shade tree: Inga, 18-year-old natural tree -
Moisture content: 10.8% -
Flavor: floral, citrus, blueberry, tropical fruit, dried passion fruit, unrestrained aroma, bright acidity, full-bodied juice, clean and long finish, floral, fruity tonality, strawberry, blueberry, wine, fermented sweetness Sensation, pineapple, good balance.