“Sweet honey, chocolate hazelnut, long finish.”-87 points
Closest town: Antigua
Farm: Hunapu, Bella Vista, Zelcafé
Farmer: 200-400, depending on the season
Altitude: 1600-2000 masl
Varieties: bourbon, caturra, catuaí.
Hunapu means "mountain flower" in the K’iche language (the most widespread of the indigenous languages in Guatemala) and it is also the indigenous name for Vulcan de Agua, a volcano located near the city of Antigua. At the foot of the volcano, the processing mill Bella Vista is located. Bella Vista is a farm and a wet and dry mill. The Spanish term for this type of facility is "beneficio".
This is a blend of coffee created at Bella Vista and has been a staple offering since Bella Vista’s inception, about 100 years ago. It is made up of different small producers who own small one hectare farms around Antigua between 1500 and 1800 meters. Hunapu coffee is sorted into day lots/picking dates.