Producer Profile

Producer Profile: Adisque

Name of Farm
Country
Region
Arabica Variety
Type of Processing/Milling
Altitude in Meters Above Sea Level
Association of Integrated Services of Quezaltepeque
Guatemala
Quezaltepeque
Arabica
Wet processing and drying concrete patios using sunlight.
1400
Aroma
Flavor
Body
Acidity
Other Cupping  Notes
Certifications
Floral, Citrus, Zest
Honey, Butter, Chocolate
Smooth, Clean, Crisp
Lively
Chocolate, Raisin, Almond, Toffee
Women's Organic SHB

Cecilia Genis - Ceci ZalmariThe ADISQUE coffee producers asso­ci­a­tion consists of 164 fami­lies of mainly the Mayan ethnicity in the Chorti region near the Sierra de las Minas and Sierra de Chama moun­tains. They have 165.75 hectares of organic coffee growing area. The region has a very special micro climate that is influ­enced by the Caribbean Sea and the two moun­tains. 49 women are involved in the culti­va­tion of this coffee. ADISQUE's mission is to create economic devel­op­ment for its social part­ners while ensuring envi­ron­mental sustain­ability. The coffee is grown by members of the International Women in Coffee Association (IWCA). ese fami­lies are committed to protecting and promoting sustain­ability, which guar­an­tees the life, feeding, and future world of their chil­dren. Their goal is to create economic devel­op­ment part­ners and foster sustain­able envi­ron­mental prac­tices and grow coffee under the organic produc­tion system.

For more infor­ma­tion, please email karencebreros@gmail.com

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