Weiweitnan fruit producing area
The "Fatima Coffee" selected by the ERGOS production area comes from the Weiweitnanguo production area. It is exhausting to drive to Weiweitnanguo. It's a treacherous path, but it's all worth it for someone looking for an amazingly good cup of coffee. Vivitanango is an extremely high mountain area, but it is blown and nourished by the warm hot wind from the great plains of Tehuantepec, Mexico, so that high-quality coffee can be bred and grown at such a high altitude without being damaged by frost. It was also the birthplace of one of the major kingdoms of the ancient Mayan culture, and the remains of the buildings still remind people of the great history and heritage of the place. Silver, lead, zinc, copper, and gold can all be found in Vivit Nango, but the real treasure is the amazing local coffee.
Coffee has been grown in this area since the 19th century. Since then, the processing process has been continuously modified and improved, refining and improving the overall quality, and gradually bringing the coffee to a near-perfect state. Some of the best coffee estates are located in the valleys between the mountains, where unique micro-climate changes help coffee develop unique flavors. Vivienne coffee has a strong taste and a strong aroma, but the coffee from this production area can also be very diverse.
- Coffee name: Fatima Coffee SHB EP
-Production area: Huehuetenango, Huehuetenango fruit production area
- Planting altitude: 1500m-2000m
- Average annual rainfall: 1200 - 1400mm
- Soil: Limestone
- Shade tree: Inga
- Treatment method: washing treatment method
- Varieties: Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon
-Harvest year : 2019-2020 Crop
- Moisture content: 10.9%
- Density: 810 g/L
- Flavor: caramel, cream, citrus, light dry berry aroma, sugar sweetness, peach plum, almond, chocolate, cream flavor, medium finish, full-bodied fruit juice, citric acid value .