Sebastian Diaz Ramirez, who is the 2nd Generation coffee farmer in his family, is the reason why these beans come from the small farm with a production capacity of only 1 ton per year in the Huehuetenango, Petatan region; The care taken by Sebastian to harvest only ripe coffee fruits one by one during harvest and the result of the same day peeling the fruit and fermenting it for 24 hours. Yulchen, which means "among the stones" in the local yeast language Popti spoken by the Guatemalans, does not reach very high temperatures due to this geographical structure and also hosts many bird and bat species with its natural caves.
Variety: Caturra and Bourbon
Region: Huehuetenango, Petatan
Height: 1740 - 1810 masl
Processing: Washed and then sun dried
Brewing Method: Espresso - Filter Coffee - Pour Over
Tasting Notes: Floral, violet notes, white grapes, a delicious, plump finish