Named for the resplendent long-tailed quetzal (ket-SAL), the national bird of Guatemala and also its currency namesake, this exceptional coffee is produced on the southwestern shores of Lago de Atitlán. It is there that Tz'utujil-speaking, small-scale Mayan farmers grow typica, bourbon, caturra, and red and yellow catuaí cultivars at an average of 1,600 meters above sea level. The medium body and juicy acidity take flight when rounded out by flavors of milk chocolate, citrus, and tropical fruits.
flavors of milk chocolate, citrus, and tropical fruits
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