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Guatemalan Asodiett Producer Group

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Guatemalan Asodiett Producer Group 

Guatemalan Asodiett Producer Group One Roast

If you can imagine either driving the many hours up to Huehuetenango in Guatemala or even taking a flight in a light aircraft. It’s a long way from the city, then add another 4 hours of rough terrain and you will arrive in this remote place. For the record I haven’t been to Asodiett yet, however, I have been in rough terrain in Guatemala and this was the first real use, I have seen of a Monster Truck. Felt like a rag doll lately?

Top Trumps:

Members: 55

Group: Asodiett Producer Group

Area:  Tuiboch de Todo Santos, Huehuetenango

Altitude: 1700 Meters above sea level

Process: Washed

Varietals: Bourbon & Caturra

Roast:  One

Cup Profile 🥣

|Aromatics: Brown Sugar| Body: Creamy| Acidity: Low|

  1. Cox Apple, brown sugar, walnut, dry citrus. (Recipe 1)
  2. Rich brown fruit sugars, dark chocolate, cocoa. Liquid chocolate brownie. (Recipe 2)

Filter Recipe:

I could write two very different stories here, about how this coffee tastes.

Recipe 1: Standard 60-65g a litre. Brew like you normally do and you will get some malic sweetness, a little astringency, that becomes citric as it cools.

With a finer grind than normal, i.e. grinding like a V60, for full immersion it is really crowd-pleasing and very easygoing and Chocolate Brownie-like. So keep your usual dose and grind finer and you should get a lovely, cosy, big-bodied chocolatey coffee.

Espresso Recipe

Standard 1:2 for milk-based drinks. 17g-34g in 30 seconds +/-

Espresso 17g into 50g espresso in 30-34 seconds.


We are brewing this a little early as we want our subscription customers to get this first!

9oz Milk-based drink: Lactic Caramel, butterscotch. Definitely “there!”

6oz Milk-based Bold, intense tannins, cutting through milk in a good way.

Tart apple and citrus acidity. Sweet, tangy with a big body and a really long finish.


Farm Stuff

Asociación de Desarrollo Integral El Esfuerzo Tuiboch de Todos Santos
Association of integral development of the effort of Tuiboch de Todo Santos

I am not supposed to tell you this, but I LOVE the fact that Tuioboch, translates to Pig Head! 

Founded in 2010 in Tuiboch de Todos Santos, Asodiett was formed. With the purpose of sharing great coffee quality with the outside world and ensuring a future for the producers in the area. The original group of 15 members grew to 55 when the association became a cooperative in 2016. This has allowed training and agricultural assistance that has led to increased efficiency of the producers.

Sometimes, it just makes sense to collaborate as a group, if you are not producing a volume of coffee and you have other smallholder farms around you with a focus on quality. It’s a win-win.

Let us know how you are getting on.


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