GUATEMALA - Huehuetenango - Jacqueline's gotta spoon 90,WW- Floral aromas of violet and rose as well as the fruity notes of plum and blueberry.
GUATEMALA - Huehuetenango - Jacqueline's gotta spoon 90,WW- Floral aromas of violet and rose as well as the fruity notes of plum and blueberry.
GUATEMALA - Huehuetenango - Jacqueline's gotta spoon 90,WW- Floral aromas of violet and rose as well as the fruity notes of plum and blueberry.

GUATEMALA - Huehuetenango - Jacqueline's gotta spoon 90,WW- Floral aromas of violet and rose as well as the fruity notes of plum and blueberry.

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GUATEMALA - Microlot Finca Las Terrazas

Huehuetenango - Jacqueline's gotta spoon 90,WW

« Jacqueline's gotta spoon 90, we loved its floral aromas of violet and rose as well as the fruity notes of plum and blueberry. »

  • Producer Renardo Ovalle
  • Altitude 1750 - 2100 m
  • Environment Mountainous
  • Species arabica
  • Varietal San ramon
  • Harvest period to april
  • Harvest type manually 
  • Process Fully washed
  • Drying On patios, guardiola

 

ABOUT

This coffee is produced in a farm owned by Renardo: Finca Terrazas. This farm is located in the exceptional terroir of La Libertad and in the famous Huehuetenango region in a lush vegetation with high humidity. That's why it's impossible to produce natural coffees here. Jacqueline, Renardo's wife, uses her discerning palate and Q Grader training to help define the profiles and characteristics of each of the farm's coffees. She marks this San ramon and Pacas microlot 90, hence its name !

What is a WOMEN COFFEE?

Belco decided to support women producers by identifying their coffees with a WOMEN COFFEE logo. Why? Because women play a vital role in the industry, they have a strong involvement in the farms and represent more than 70% of the labour force in the fields, harvesting, sorting the beans... However, only 10% of them are entrepreneurs and only 20% are landowners (including joint ownership with their spouses). Increasing the income of women producers has a direct and positive impact on the education of children and the comfort of the home.

 

 

 

 

THE STORY OF THE PRODUCER

Renardo Ovalle is the third generation of his family to produce coffee in the Huehuetenango region in the north of Guatemala. He owns the La Bolsa, El Rincon and Las Terrazas farms. The company was renamed Vides 58 in homage to his grandfather, Jorge Vides, who created the farm. Renardo is supported by his parents and his wife, Jacqueline, who uses her discerning palate and Q Grader training to help define the profiles and characteristics of each of the farm's coffees. A doctor by profession, Jorge Vides bequeathed a humanist philosophy that still influences the farm's development and the Ovalle family today. They are involved in numerous social projects aimed at improving the living and working conditions of their employees. They have created a day care facility for the workers' children, provide balanced meals and even pay a higher wage than most of the other farms in the country. The human dimension is still a priority concern for the producer. Renardo has a passion for coffee production that is shared by his employees, and this is felt all the way through to the cup. Today, the Ovalle family is one of the most recognised Guatemalan families in the world of specialty coffee. A reputation helped by the fact that their coffees have won numerous Cup of Excellence awards and are well-positioned among the world's most renowned roasts

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