Django Coffee Co.

El Panal

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Tasting notes

Strawberry, Tangerine and White Grapes

Roasting days
Tue

Region
Huehuetenango
Origin
Guatemala
Producer
Maria Vides

Coffee production has been intertwined with Guatemala’s socio-political fabric since around 1845, when the Commission for Coffee Cultivation and Promotion was established, though there are reports of coffee being cultivated in the country as early as the mid-eighteenth century, having been introduced by Jesuit priests. Alike El Salvador, during the 1850’s, coffee came to supplement the reduced demand for indigo as chemical dyes became introduced to the market. When Justo Ruffino Barrios came to power in 1971, he concentrated much of his economic regeneration plans on coffee production, and large swathes of land – up to 400,000 hectares – became coffee plantations. Production soared and by 1880, coffee contributed roughly ninety-per-cent of the country’s exports.

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Details

Roast Level

Light

Type

Single Origin

Process

Natural

Altitude

1300m - 1650m

Variety

Bourbon

Brew methods

Pour over
Moka pot
French press
AeroPress
Espresso

Roaster

Django Coffee Co.

Southport

We are Django Coffee Co. a coffee roasting company that has taken inspiration from Melbourne’s flourishing and robust coffee scene to make it our mission to provide quality speciality coffee with a low environmental impact.

We source our own green coffee beans from coffee growers around the world and then roast the beans in small batches to be able to create unique flavours.

Django Coffee Co. is 100% committed to providing information on the origins, the farmers and the coffee beans journey from the farm to your cup. We are a company that respects the farmers, the environment as well as our customers.

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