25 May '18, 4pm

Guatemalan Cooperative-Owned Kishé Coffee Unveils Inspired New Look https://t.co/B2NQdA4AXw

Resulting from a roasting and packaging partnership with longtime Los Angeles roasting company Groundwork Coffee , coffees currently in the Kishé line include: Woman-Grown Coffee, produced by a group of 34 women and described as featuring a medium lemon acidity with caramel, walnut and almond notes; Reserve Coffee, a lot from 2015 Cup of Excellence award-winning farm El Vergel; and Volcán Dark Roast, which comes from the highlands of San Marcos and Huehuetenango.

Full article: https://dailycoffeenews.com/2018/05/25/guatemalan-coopera...

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