SOLOLA – ADENISA is Mayan grown organic coffee! The Maya Tzutijil farmers who cultivate this single origin coffee are members of the Asociación de Desarrollo Nimajuyu San Pedrano (ADENISA). Their community-based Association is located in San Pedro la Laguna, Solola, Guatemala. ADENISA members grow their coffee in individual plots on the northern flanks of the Volcano San Pedro.
ADENISA was established in June 2014 with the goal of improving their income and standard of living. ADENISA members (52) represent the ethnic group Tzutijil from the municipality of San Pedro la Laguna, located on the southern shores of the majestic Lake Atitlan. The Atitlan basin that is surrounded by three volcanos is classified as one the of eight coffee regions within Guatemala, named Traditional Atitlan. The Mayan grown organic coffee that ADENISA cultivates is considered very good to excellent Specialty Coffee.
ADENISA is also a member-partner of the Guatemalan Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), Manos Campesinos that supports Mayan grown organic coffee and receive member benefits such as technical assistance, financial support, organic certifications and coffee-related supplies and materials.
The 2017 SOLOLA – ADENISA, Mayan grown organic coffee, crop yielded the following cupping results for flavor and aftertaste: sweet, notes of milk chocolate, vanilla,toasted almonds, stone fruit (cherries) and raisins; medium-short, clean finish and medium body,smooth!
Maya Earth Coffee promotes SOLOLA – ADENISA coffee which is Direct Trade coffee imported by Carl Walker Coffee, located in Houston, Texas. The coffee is certified organic and Fair Trade certified.
ADENISA’s coffee scores consistently between 86-89 on the SCAA cupping evaluation scale and their coffee is exported to USA, Europe and Australia. ADENISA is shade grown, organic indigenous (Maya Tzutijil ) grown coffee.
ADENISA coffee won 2nd place in the first “Regional Competition of Traditional Atitlan Coffees” in March 2015!
1 lb, 12 oz, 5 lb
Kraft, Tin Foil