Product Details Return to Top Tasting Notes Coffees from the highlands of Huehuetenango have long been appreciated for its high citrus notes and bright acidity. With the help of Fair Trade, the co-op, where the beans for Aroma de Canalaj are grown is able to secure a fair price for this exceptional coffee and support the community as a whole. Rating: 93 Points (out of 100) Blind Assessment: Intense, sweet, deep. Honey, dark chocolate, bourbon whisky, hints of flowers in aroma and cup. Roundly rich acidity; lightly syrupy mouthfeel. Resonant, long, slightly drying finish. Notes: Certified organically grown and Fair Trade certified, meaning this coffee was purchased from small-holding farmers at a "fair" or economically sustainable price. This exceptional coffee is one of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters’ Special Reserve seasonal offerings. In part the very distinctive character of this wet-processed or “washed” coffee may derive from local variations in the ferment step used to loosen the fruit pulp from the beans. — Ken Davids, CoffeeReview.com, November 2012 About Green Mountain Coffee® A great tasting cup of coffee can give you a whole new perspective. It's a moment to pause, reflect, and reprioritize. That moment is what inspires us to make coffee that benefits everyone it touches. From carefully sourcing and roasting the highest quality beans, to supporting small farms and protecting the environment, we focus on what's important. That's why we at Green Mountain Coffee® believe a good cup of coffee can change your day... but a great cup of coffee can help change the world. Notes From Origin The Chuchamatanes Mountain Range is in the rugged department of Huehuetenango, one of Guatemala’s eight distinct coffee-growing regions. High altitude and dry, hot winds contribute to the area’s microclimate.