- Dark Chocolate
- Black Tea
We bring you the ‘Domingo Lopez’ from Guatemala, named after the farmer who harvested this crop.
Domingo harvests his crop on his farm ‘El Pajal’ in Huehuetenango, where he grows a mix of Caturra, Catui, Bourbon and Pache varietals to produce an exceptionally balanced coffee. Despite the constant threat of leaf rust his farm also boasts 100% organic certification due to a high standard of farming and respect for the environment.
Huehuetenango is highly regarded for producing the best coffees in Guatemala. Located north of the country on the highlands, the elevated land and climate produce coffees that are distinguishable by region due to superior quality. Huehuetenango coffees tend to be well rounded in flavour, balancing bitterness, sourness and sweetness through a medley of chocolate and fruits.
In true Huehetenango fashion this is a perfect balance between classically chocolate South American flavours with the more fruity notes associated with African coffees. Washed in process the flavours are milder but deeper on the tongue with a richness of bitter dark chocolate and black tea, off set by a mellow but fruitier hit of raspberry. Bitter sweet until the very end!
ABOUT The Roaster
At Long & Short Coffee our story is simple.
With a passion for all things coffee we aim to bring the finest and most unique coffees to the masses.
We prioritise quality in every step of the process from bean to cup, from picking the highest scoring green beans to expertly roasting the freshest harvests.
All with the goal to raise coffee standards everywhere and give you the humble coffee drinker the best coffee in your cup.
That’s the Long & Short of it.