What’s up with this Kapeh Utz stuff?

So, what does Kapeh Utz even mean?: Kapeh Utz translates from the Mayan language Kaqchikel to: Good Coffee. Kapeh=Coffee. Utz=Good. Let me tell you something. It is superUTZ!(superutz is actually a word I heard the young folks of Guatemala using when I lived there. The majority of young adults fluently speak a Mayan language in addition to Spanish and some English. Gah! Language fusion is incredible!)

So, what’s Kapeh Utz to you?: Kapeh Utz is sustainably and organically grown coffee from the cloud forests of Southern Highland Guatemala. The coffee is grown by my friend and fellow farmer Felipe Misa who lives in a town called San Lucas Toliman. San Lucas Toliman sits beneath two volcanoes on the edge of a mysterious, bottomless, freshwater lake created by the implosion of a super-volcano millions of years ago. Isn’t that awesome? That’s where this coffee is coming from. The land of awesome. The land of eternal spring…Listen, I could go on day and night about this coffee. I could wax poetic for hours on it’s deep rich flavor infused with hints of smoldering volcanic soil and the magical jade colored waters of Lake Atitlan. OR you could come to Eastern Market on May 28th and sample some for yourself. I will be ordering this coffee on a monthly basis from my friends to ensure the freshest product for my customers. Read more about this coffee under The Farm Share tab above ^.  Some more details below.

The Coffee Share

The Coffee Share($120) Every other week during the season(May 28th-Ocotber 30th) receive a 12 oz. bag of organic fair trade coffee every week from the cloud forests of Southern Highland Guatemala.

Coffee is $10.00 per 12oz. bag.  I will be selling it at market and to shareholders.  A full share for the year will receive one 12 oz. bag of organic fair trade coffee every other week(12 weeks) for the price of $120.00. Or pick up a some at our stand at Eastern Market. Available in whole beans and ground.

I would also like to offer the option of receiving a bag of coffee every week for the price of $230.00 while the season lasts from May 28th to October 30th.

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About cmbrady8

Caitlin Brady is excited for the opportunity to work as the farmer in residence at Heritage Creek Farm this coming season. Caitlin spent her childhood and teenage years on a diversified family farm in Northwestern Missouri. She has worked on a variety of farms, ranging from the bountiful fields of tobacco, grapes, corn and soy in Missouri, to the coffee cliffs of Guatemala, organic heirloom vegetables in Silver Spring, PA, and organic cranberry bogs of Cape Cod, MA. In 2010 she rode the train to Lancaster, PA and witnessed for the first time the rich agricultural heritage this county has to offer. It was love at first sight and in 2011 she settled in among the bountiful farm fields of Lancaster County where she started Blue Rock Farm, an organic vegetable farm and CSA. Blue Rock Farm is committed to being a good neighbor in our community and a careful steward of the land. We grow healthy, tasty vegetables without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. Our gardens and greenhouse are Pennsylvania Certified Organic.

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