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HAZELNUT • NUTMEG • TOFFEE
Asociación Chajulense (Va’l Vaq Qujol) is an organization of indigenous people located in the municipality of Chajul, in the region known as the “Ixil Triangle ” in the department of Quiché in central Guatemala. In this region particularly affected by the long civil war, the Chajulense association was created in 1988 by 40 families to promote a model of sustainable development in the communities that is ecologically sound, economically viable, socially just and culturally appropriate.
About 1,500 farmers from 56 neighboring communities now make up the cooperative, and since 2013 the group has been working with the nonprofit organization The Coffee Trust to combat a new adversary: the Roya (coffee rust). This fungal disease is devastating in Central America, killing coffee plants and reducing crop yields. Through a farmer-to-farmer best practices sharing program, association members have learned to replenish their soil’s nutrients, which helps coffee trees resist coffee rust in a 100% organic way.
Once out of our roasting workshop, this coffee develops a nice balance between its sweet finish and its vivacity. It has a pleasant acidity in the mouth, while not being astringent. Guatemalan specialty coffees are very popular with Cooperative Coffees member roasters in North America, as they are very versatile coffees with woody profiles that are great in both filter and espresso blends.
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340 g, 1 kg, 2.5 kg
Whole beans, Aeropress, French Press, Breville, Chemex, Espresso, Drip filter, Moka, Percolator
Within Quebec province, shipping is free for any order above 65$ (otherwise shipping fees are 10$). Restrictions and additional fees could apply for some remote areas.
For any other Canadian province, a flat rate of 20$ for the shipping will be automatically applied.
All orders are prepared and shipped quickly, usually within 48 to 72 business hours.
A local pick-up at our shop is also possible, by selecting the option “Ramassage à l’atelier” at check-out.
We do not exchange or refund coffee beans. As for our merch and coffee gear, they can be returned for a refund within fifteen (15) days of the order. Those articles must be returned unused, still in their original packaging and assuming the delivery costs. Please communicate with us before doing so: email@example.com.
*Holiday break: we will be closed from December 22nd to January 7th 2024. All online orders placed during this period will be processed upon our return during the week of January 8th. The whole Bivouac team wishes you very happy holidays!*