Story Behind the Name: A light roast that feels like home, but in your mouth. It's named after the famous surgeon, Dr. Thomas Russell (who gave Russellville its name). The famous surgeon, Dr. Thomas Russell, was the first person to buy a house on what was once the land of Osage and Cherokee Indians. The town got its namesake from the doctor. His former house is where the current Russellville Chamber of Commerce stands.
Origin: Huehuetenango, Guatemala
Processing Method: Washed
Variety: Bourbon, Catimor, Caturra, Maragogype, Pache
Altitude: 1400 - 2200 masl
Farm: 100 small producer farmers of Lake Atitlan
Roast Level: Light
Flavor Notes: Bright and acidic with citrus, lemon, and nutty almond and praline.
Story Behind the Coffee: Huehuetenango is located in Western Guatemala bordering Mexico. It is extremely diverse and known for producing some of the best coffees in Latin America due to its climate, altitude, water sources, and traditional varieties. A range of offerings come out of Huehuetenango, including chocolatey volume offerings and fruit-forward microlots.