From Richard of Borrego Springs, California on 7/8/2015.
Not enough flavor for my taste..I had to mix a darker roast bean with it. No complaints about service or delivery,
Love This Coffee
From Donna of Captain Cook, Hawaii on 6/4/2013.
Living in the Kona Coffee Belt, and drinking Kona as our usual morning cup, we were thrilled with Huehuetenango's smoothness, rich flavor notes, and delicious fragrance. History tells us that Kona coffee is descended from plants brought to Kona from Guatemala in 1828. The similarities were surprising, to our great delight.
From Michelle Grainger of Prattville, Alabama on 4/25/2013.
When I was in Huehuetenanto I had a coffee called "Huehuetenango". When I found this I was hoping to find the exact same thing. I believe that your coffee is very close but not exactly the same. The difference I think is that the coffee I purchased from your company is not quite as sweet. I am not sure exactly I just know it is a little different. Still very good though. Would you be able to tell me the difference in the two? Thank you!
One of our favorites...
From Anonymous of Alexandria, Virginia on 3/15/2012.
This is one of our favorites -- we try others and just keep coming back to this.
Most Highly Recommended
From John C. Priestley II of South Charleston, West Virginia on 10/12/2008.
Guatemalan HueHueTenango was my first introduction to Moore's fine coffees. It lives up to the description and then some. I consider it my "personal blend" and try to keep some in the house at all times. Personally, I like to grind my own to ensure the finest flavor; you can choose for yourself. You will not be disappointed!
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