La Boheme Cafe has been working with this family farm since 2014, when Charles met Renardo "Nayo" Ovalle Vides while visiting his picturesque fields in the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala.
The geisha variety from which this cascara comes was grown on the farm La Bolsa, owned by Renardo Ovalle Vides along with others. His family is one of the most famous Guatemalan coffee roasters - this reputation has been built up thanks to numerous Cup of Excellence awards and a reputation among the world's leading roasters. Renard's wife is also known as the Q-Grader, her refined sensory skills helping to define the profiles and characteristics of each coffee from their farms. Renardo himself has a passion for coffee production that is shared by his employees, which can be felt in every cup made from their coffee.
Washed cascara tea from the Geisha variety. A delicately sweet cup with flavors of ripe figs, strawberries and forest honey.