This field blend of Caturra, Catuai and Bourbon from Rosendo Domingo is a comforting and sweet coffee that shows notes of cola candy, dark chocolate, stewed apple and hints of stone fruit. A balanced, sweet profile that makes Rosendo the perfect candidate for an all-rounder filter coffee.
Producer Rosendo Domingo
- Farm Yulchen
- Region Petatan, Huehuetenango, Guatemala
- Varieties Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon
- Process Washed
- Altitude 1640 - 1750 masl
Rosendo Domingo is a second-generation coffee farmer who owns a few small parcels of land in Petatan, Huehuetenango. His family began producing coffee some 30 years ago, and Rosendo himself trained as an agronomist. This combination of agronomic training and a long background in coffee production allows him to effectively put into use best practices on his farms. Yulchen is one such farm, which takes its name from a Popti Mayan word meaning “place between rocks,” and refers to the rocky terrain of a nearby micro-region. At Yulchen, Rosendo grows Caturra, Catuai and Bourbon under the shade of Inga and Gravilea trees, and with the help of his sister, washes his coffee using natural spring water. In the near future, Yulchen plans on refining his washed process and looking into the possibility of natural and honey processing on his farm.