Huehuetenango covers an area of 7,403 square kilometres (2,858 sq mi) in western Guatemala and is bordered on the north and west by Mexico. The area was occupied by the Maya civilization since at least the Mesoamerican Early Classic Period.
On the warmer lower slopes the primary crops are coffee, sugarcane, tobacco, chile, yuca, achiote and a wide range of fruits. This is where I presume the label for the coffee originates, and it comes a rich deep roasted taste and lets you know that you had a cup of caffeinated coffee.
Once again this is found at Smart and Final Extra stores in the fresh coffee bean section. Grind it fine.