Here’s another offering from Mokkamestarit Coffee Roasting Co., Tampere, Finland: Guatemala Huehuetenango. It is made of washed and sundried Catuai, Caturra and Paches. The roast level is 3/5.
The company describes this product as fruity. Supposedly, there are notes of melon in the aroma. They also state that the coffee is moderately acidic, and that it provides a fresh finish.
As always, I used both the Moka pot and the AeroPress for brewing. Either way, the mouthfeel was semi-creamy, and the body was medium full.
The flavor profile was not exactly monochromatic, but not super nuanced either. While I was unable to detect the melon-like aromas, I did get some fruity and fresh flavors. On the other hand, there was also quite a bit of nuttiness that had a nice, bitter edge to it. I found myself thinking of bitter almonds. These two aspects—the high, fruity flavors, and the midrange nuttiness—worked so well together that most of the time I didn’t even think about them as distinct from each other. Instead, I just enjoyed the ”one” solid, medium-full flavor.
In sum, Guatemala Huehuetenango was a nice experience. To be honest, it did not blow me away like Etiopia Yirgacheffe Reko did, but I liked it quite a bit nonetheless. It is very good! I think you should give it a try. Check out Mokkamestarit, and get yourself some!