delicious sweet and creamy coffee farm to coffee directly from origin
delicious sweet and creamy coffee farm to coffee directly from origin
hand picked coffee cherries
ripe red coffee cherries on the coffea plant


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Coffee Spoon for tasting notes - taste the specialty coffee of Gento
Tasting Notes Sweet and creamy with notes of orange, plum 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 Coop Esquipulas
Altitude, how high up the coffee was grown this is important for taste and coffee profile notes Altitude 1,750mts
coffee Varietals taste the different flavors and profiles within each coffee bean Varietal Bourbón, Caturra, Catuai
Process how we wash the coffee and process the beans from sun drying to other methods Process Fully washed and sun-dried


Produced by smallholder farmers of the Coop Esquipulas in Huehuetenango, Guatemala, this Armonia coffee is a perfectly balanced Huehuetenango coffee. Each farmer pulps, ferments and washes their coffee at home, then delivers coffee to the coop. For our Armonía coffee high-quality coffees are selected with notes of red fruits, orange and sweet coffee. This coffee is highlighted by its sweetness and balance. The coop prides itself in paying beyond fair trade prices to producers, skill building, and giving technical support to its members. They also operate a health care center and pharmacy which provides services to community members at subsided costs. 

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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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