We are happy to have this new lot from Rosendo Domingo this year. Rosendo is a small producer who owns a few small parcels in the Petatan region of Huehuetenango. He is trained as an agronomist, and he uses his extensive background in coffee production to put best practices into effect on his parcels. The farm’s name Yulchen is a Popti Mayan word meaning “place between rocks,” referring to a small rocky microregion near where the farm is located. He also shares his agricultural knowledge with his neighbors and his family members, many of whom also produce coffee. One of his sisters works with him to process the coffee harvested on his farm. This is a very juicy and approachable coffee with Caramel sweetness, juicy orange type acidity and a subtle floral note to add complexity and a delicate finish.