Tzikin by Terrone & Co-Terrone & Co-Coffee Hit

Tzikin by Terrone & Co

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 Taste DARK CHOCOLATE MARZIPAN PLUMS
 Roast Style MEDIUM
 Origin COLOMBIA
 Best for FILTER


Varietals Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon
Processing: Washed
Elevation: 1500-2000m

Thanks to dry, hot winds that blow from Mexico’s Tehuantepec plain, the Highland Huehuetenango region is protected from frost, which allows for cultivation at extreme altitudes of beans with have a fine intense acidity, full body and delightful wine notes present in the coffees grown in the region.

In Mayan culture, the Tz’ikin is a nahual (spirit animal) and the keeper of Mayan lands. Inspired by the nahual, we contribute a portion of our profits from every bag sold. This premium goes to support agronomy outreach. Agronomy projects will help coffee producers adapt to a changing climate. Through agronomy outreach, our Tz’ikin blend helps protect the earth by promoting sustainable coffee production. This project is developed and implemented with a local foundation.

Today, about 75% of Huehuetenango’s population are indigenous Maya. Tz’ikin is sourced from smallholders in a micro-region around La Libertad, Cuchamantes mountain range and San Pedro Necta municipalities in the Huehuetenango region.

Fully recyclable bag, please remove the label before disposal.

 Taste DARK CHOCOLATE MARZIPAN PLUMS
 Roast Style MEDIUM
 Origin COLOMBIA
 Best for FILTER


Varietals Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon
Processing: Washed
Elevation: 1500-2000m

Thanks to dry, hot winds that blow from Mexico’s Tehuantepec plain, the Highland Huehuetenango region is protected from frost, which allows for cultivation at extreme altitudes of beans with have a fine intense acidity, full body and delightful wine notes present in the coffees grown in the region.

In Mayan culture, the Tz’ikin is a nahual (spirit animal) and the keeper of Mayan lands. Inspired by the nahual, we contribute a portion of our profits from every bag sold. This premium goes to support agronomy outreach. Agronomy projects will help coffee producers adapt to a changing climate. Through agronomy outreach, our Tz’ikin blend helps protect the earth by promoting sustainable coffee production. This project is developed and implemented with a local foundation.

Today, about 75% of Huehuetenango’s population are indigenous Maya. Tz’ikin is sourced from smallholders in a micro-region around La Libertad, Cuchamantes mountain range and San Pedro Necta municipalities in the Huehuetenango region.

Fully recyclable bag, please remove the label before disposal.

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