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Finca Nueva Armenia
The quality of craftsmanship from Recinos family's Finca Nueva Armenia – in Guatemala's Huehuetenango district – is evident in every cup clean, clear notes of green apple, grape, and almond above a crisp acidity and juicy body.
Finca El Puente
This harvest of Finca El Puente from Marcala, Honduras, brings lighter purple-lavender and plum notes, black cherry, sugar cane sweetness and toasted nut in the finish.
Enjoy two 12 oz bags of our seasonal farmhouse blend delivered directly to you or a loved each month for three or six months.
From the Road: 21st de Septiembre Co-op
Counter Culture Coffee's Sustainability & Producer Relations Manager Kim Elena Bullock emailed a dispatch yesterday from the town of Putla de Guerrero in western Oaxaca, Mexico, where the 21st of September co-op has its offices, warehouse, and soon-to-be cupping lab.
The 21st's coffee buyers, including Counter Culture Coffee, gathered in Putla to work together with the leadership of the co-op to set a course for the current coffee harvest. In addition to authentic, delicious tacos, Kim Elena had the unusual opportunity to participate, along with representatives from all 23 of the 21st's member communities, in a visit to a small coffee farm in the town of Zimatlán that recently completed a biogas-and-sustainable-miscellany project.