The Guatemala Manos de Mujer (hand of women) embodies what we love about our industry. It's a delicious coffee made by skilled women in Guatemala. It's good on the pallet and good for the growers.
"I discovered specialty coffee like many in Salt Lake City - through No Brow Coffee. This coffee makes me think of the old shop on 300 South where Joe Evans chatted up his customers and made delicious, no-fuss coffee from great roasters. This Manos de Mujer is easy to drink and wreaks of nostalgia."
- Josh Rosenthal, CEO
This coffee comes from a co-op made of women farmers in Guatemala; hence their name, Manos de Mujer (hands of women). We have been buying this coffee for many years now, and as we grow we have been able to buy more and more of their production.
In 2019 we bought a little more than half of their entire production and committed to buy it before harvesting and processing had even finished. This early sale of their coffee (facilitated through Sustainable Harvest) gives increased financial stability and enables the co-op to focus energies on quality rather than on figuring out whether and when their coffee will.
- Tasting Notes: Fig, Almond, Baker's Chocolate
- Region: Huehuetenango
- Producer: Acodihue
- Cultivar: Red & Yellow Bourbon, Caturra, Typica, Catimor
- Process: Washed
- Elevation: 1,200 - 1,800