Pull up a Chair

A single origin coffee from the Guatemalan region of Huehuetenango. Dive in, or scroll to read more.

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    The warm, windy climate and on-farm processing make this coffee truly exceptional. Take a sip, and you’ll find the full-bodied flavour of grape, chocolate and toffee all elevated by sweet orange zing.

    Our 250g & 500g bags are recyclable too.

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Coffee Origins

The nuts and bolts
  • Roast Style

    Medium

  • Farm

    Huehuetenango – Guatemala

  • Varietal(s)

    Mixed (including Caturra and Bourbon)

  • Processing

    Washed

  • Altitude

    800 – 2000 metres above sea level

  • Country

    Guatemala

  • Certificate

    Speciality, UTZ and Rainforest Alliance

  • What does this all mean?

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  • Tastes Like

    A beautiful coffee that showcases the best of Guatemalan beans: creamy chocolate and shard-snapped toffee taken to new heights with the sweet zing of orange. Yum!

  • How to Brew

    While this coffee tastes awesome in every device, our favourites are an espresso machine, Aeropress & moka pot.

    Check out our brew guides for making coffee too.

  • Behind the Scenes

    This lovely coffee is grown in Huehuetenango, the highest coffee-cultivating region in Guatemala. Huehuetenango means ‘Place of the Ancients’ in Nahuatl and is just right for growing coffee. Rivers and streams wind through remotely-dotted smallholder farms, many of which nestle beneath the area’s tall mountains. The high altitudes and warm winds blowing from Mexico create prime coffee conditions that protect the crop from frost. This also extends the growing and fermentation times, which allows more complex flavours to develop in the beans.

    Guatemalan coffee is famed for its high quality and artisanal processing methods. The remote location of many farms means that producers often operate their own mills and process the harvested cherries on-farm. As well as enhancing the traceability of the beans, this individualised approach creates coffees of supreme quality.

    Huehuetenango is known for its small-scale processing methods, with each farmer putting their own artisanal stamp on well-established techniques. This coffee is harvested between November and May and, thanks to the dry climate, is sundried on small patios.

  • Scores on the Doors

    We only source and roast speciality coffee. For a coffee to become speciality, a process known as coffee cupping is used to determine its score. If the score is less than 80, it won’t be given the ‘speciality’ title. Each coffee is scored on a number of things such as the taste, aroma and mouthfeel. Take a look at our page all about coffee cupping for more information.

  • Roasting

    Here at Two Chimps, we hand roast coffee. We never ‘over roast’ any of our coffees though, simply because we don’t need to! We use the roasting process as a way of showcasing the natural flavours and aromas from the coffee. If a particular coffee is roasted too dark, these flavours and aromas will be lost, and instead, you will find burnt and bitter notes. Because our coffees are of such high quality, we don’t need to roast darker to hide any bad flavours. All of our coffees have a natural sweetness, and we give this sweetness room to shine through.

    Each of our coffees has an individual and unique flavour. Some have notes of chocolate, while others can be more fruity for instance. The coffee farmers across the globe work incredibly hard to ensure they are only supplying the best product. We like to think we do the same.

  • Why buy speciality coffee from us?

    No matter how much, or how often you purchase freshly roasted coffee from us, you are helping the coffee farmer and the workers who produce such amazing coffee. We always pay between 30 and 150% more than the ‘going rate’ for our green coffee beans. The more we pay, the more gets back to the farmer. In turn, this means the farmer has the opportunity to continuously improve the harvest, along with better living conditions for their staff.

    With the help from an importer, we keep the supply chain as shot as possible. This way we can be certain that a higher percentage of what is paid for green coffee makes it back to the farm and its workers.

    Thank you, you are helping to make a big difference.

  • Where does the name come from?

    You thought you were just popping in to say hello. But then you see that the kettle’s on. And the biscuits are out. Oh, why not, let’s take a coffee break – just pull up a chair!

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Matthew Harrison
Matthew Harrison
16:49 18 Feb 22
First and foremost, the coffee is excellent: varied, well chosen and with accurate tasting notes. I have found the subscription service to be reliable and good valuable - the coffee arrives fresh and undamaged, without over packaging and is packaged in such always as to be delivered through the letterbox. The website is a pleasure to use, and in addition to the coffee, there is a wide range of coffee making apparatus and consumables such as filters for V60 and Chemex. These are reasonably priced and always dispatched promptly. Finally, there is a knowledgeable human at the end of the phone should you have a question.
Veronica Wands
Veronica Wands
16:18 08 Feb 22
I look forward every week to receiving my lovely freshly roasted coffee beans and their quirky names always make me smile! The service is superb and speedy, nothing is ever a problem. I bought an Aeropress coffee maker for a Christmas present and had great advice from Laura. I would (and do) highly recommend them.
The Pethericks
The Pethericks
09:45 05 Feb 22
Where have you been all my life?!I can only drink decaf, and I drink it black, so it's got to be great coffee. Until now, I've never found one that doesn't have any bitterness or is weirdly weak. The "how many llamas ... " coffee is truly outstanding! Smooth, full of flavour, and sets my day up just nicely, thank you very much.Thank you Two Chimps. Great mornings are finally here.
Rachel Woods
Rachel Woods
09:44 16 Jan 22
I was really delighted with my Christmas hamper from ActionCOACH Oakham. Even more delighted that it contained your coffee. I like to seek out independent coffee roasters and I will be definitely be buying more - it was delicious!
nick holbrow
nick holbrow
12:34 25 Oct 21
Getting decent coffee is a pain, well at least it was. I discovered two chimps through a friend and I don’t regret it. They provide high quality coffee delivered to my door and there is always a different one to try. A lot of single origin coffees which all have different flavours, their coffee is ethically sourced. No query is too much trouble and their website is easy to use. However they don’t just do coffee but their hot chocolate is good, as are their teas. Mint tea with hot choc is fab I haven’t been allowed to try marmite hot choc. Free delivery is included what more could you wish for. My only complaint is I sometimes run out at the end of the month, perhaps I should order more ?, the ability to order 300g bags? Just a great local family business with excellent customer service.
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