This Guatemalan coffee is grown in the San Pedro Necta area of the Huehuetenango. The farm extends over 96 hectares between the altitude range from 1300 to 1600 meters above sea level. To get there, you have to take a very steep road up at El Boqueron from the Panamerican Highway just before La Libertad on the road from Huehuetenango to the Mexican border. There’s a tiny church on the farm’s entrance, which was destroyed during the civil war, but now they rebuilt it.
The farm is run by Victor Hugo Anzueto and each year he doesn’t compromise on quality cups. The right conditions, combined with impeccable quality control, produces some of the best tasting coffees in the world.