Damaris Camposeco - Guatemala

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We loved this coffee the first time we tried it and we also struggled to decide whether it was a 'comfort' or 'adventure' coffee - but decided in the end that the nutty notes and the smooth caramel and creamy chocolate body just pushed it into the comfort camp. Still, there are distinct but gentle tropical fruit notes which remind us of mango and this adds an intriguing layer of flavour which keeps us coming back for more. Suited to all brew methods. 

Origin: San Antonio Huista, Huehuetenango

Owner: Damaris Camposeco

Varietals: Caturra, Bourbon and Pache

Processing: Washed

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Damaris Camposeco is the daughter of a coffee producer and inherited her farm 3 years ago, since then she has been managing the 2 hectares of caturra, bourbon and pache. Damaris is fermenting her coffee for a longer period of time in order to give the cup lots of tropical fruit notes. Damaris' farm is organic certified and she grows a diverse range of food crops.

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Really good

Easy to work with - more butterscotch with a gentle tropical fruit taste as a flat white. Definitely in the 'comfort' category for me. Works really well black when using a clever dripper. If you like your coffee deep and dark this is not for you.

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D.M.
First order: Smells like the real deal

Delivered on time, and adhered to the tricky instructions of how to get to the house! The coffee smells delightful, and indeed tastes great. Still trying to get to grips with the coffee to get the optimal extraction, but Im confident I will hit the sweet spot, and life will be great. Great coffee!

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