Pablo Calmo
Pablo Calmo
Pablo Calmo

Pablo Calmo

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Coffee Spoon for tasting notes - taste the specialty coffee of Gento Tasting Notes Notes of dried plum, red grapes and chocolate
The unique coffee regions throughout Guatemala where are specialty coffee is produced Region Huehuetenango
Gento works with producers throughout Guatemala to ensure living wage, pays beyond fair trade prices Producer Pablo Calmo
Altitude, how high up the coffee was grown this is important for taste and coffee profile notes Altitude 1,500 - 1,800 mts
coffee Varietals taste the different flavors and profiles within each coffee bean Varietal Caturra
Process how we wash the coffee and process the beans from sun drying to other methods Process Fully washed and sun dried


This coffee comes from the mountains of Huehuetenango from the Coop of Asodiett in Todos Santos Cuchumatanes. The coop has 60 members, all small producers that grow coffee at an altitude of 1,500-1,800 meters above sea level. Each member de-pulps, ferments, washes, and dries their coffee individually. Coffees are kept separated by the producer to ensure traceability. This year we bought a small lot from the producer Pablo Calmo presenting notes of dark grapes, dried plum and chocolate.

About the Huehuetenango region:
The Huehuetenango region crosses the Sierra de Los Cuchumatanes mountain range. Dry and hot winds from the Tehuantepec plain in Mexico protect the region from frost—allowing coffee to be planted at high altitudes of 5,000-6,000 feet. This elevation is responsible for the region’s unique microclimates. Huehuetenango coffee is high quality, full-bodied with pronounced acidity and pleasant wine notes.

Directly from origin

Our coffee is grown, freshly roasted, packaged and shipped directly from Guatemala.

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Ships Freshly Roasted

Coffees are shipped via courier within 48 hours of being roasted. You'll receive your coffee at its peak flavor.

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Ethical & Transparent

Ten Percent of Gento’s profits are given directly to the rural communities in which we work.

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