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Dark Chocolate | Graham Cracker | Roasted Almonds |

Monogram - La Servera - Filter

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This is a Guatemalan coffee with notes of roasted almond, graham cracker and dark chocolate that makes for rich cup of coffee with lots of depth and character.

It comes fromFinca Servera, located in department of Huehuetenango, and is owned by Dr. Carlos Roberto Serrano Roa family. Finca Severa was established over 40 years ago by Dr. Carlos Roberto Serrano Roa and was named after his mother, Severa. 111 of the 135 hectare estate has been developed for coffee cultivation and the natural forest in remaining 14 has been preserved and designated for processing his coffee.


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Anacafe 14, Caturra, Pache,  Sarchimor 


Huetenango [table-row] Producer 



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