In our first time bidding at the San José Ocaña Auction we managed to secure this lot!
San Jose Ocaña has been in Guillermo Sanchez's family for over 100 years, and has always been a sustainable agricultural operation, which started mainly as a forestry farm management.
Located in San Juan Sacatepéquez, Guatemala. It has a total of 175 hectares, 85 hectares for coffee and the rest for forestry and conservation. The altitude ranges from 1905 to 1955 meters above sea level allowing for slow maturation of the coffee cherries.
The Pache variety is a natural mutation of Typica which was first discovered in Guatemala. It is related to a single gene that causes the plant to grow smaller, allowing it to be planted more densely and achieve higher yields.
This lively and vibrant lot expresses bursts of fresh lime and the sweet notes of peach and brown sugar.