|Flavor profile||Apricot, Melon, Butterfly Pea, Toffee, Peanut, Milk Chocolate|
|Producers||Cooperativa Agricola Pena Roja|
|Farm||81 small farmers|
|Altitude||1400 - 1700 masl|
|Varietal||Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, San Ramon|
|Omni||perfect balanced for espresso and filter extractions|
Huehuetenango is a municipality in the western highlands of Guatemala, running up to the border with Mexico and encompassing a lot of microclimates across its hills and valleys. Pena Roja, or red rock, lies in the foothills of Pena Blanca which peaks at 3520 masl.
Agricola Integral Peña Roja is a smaller co-op that works with a larger union of cooperatives, Fedecocagua, to help market and sell their coffee
abroad. In return, they get extra investment and support as well as access to services such as agronomists that work directly with the union. In
this manner, they can maintain the traceability and character of their coffee and share the expertise that larger groups have access to as well as
increase their network for best practices and issues fighting diseases. The co-op also provides a free nursery for children under eight in their
community. Coffee on the 81 smallholders’ farms is picked by hand, washed, and dried on patios under the sun.