Skip to product information
1 of 5

Asante

Honduras Specialty Coffee - La Paz, Marcala - Natural

Honduras Specialty Coffee - La Paz, Marcala - Natural

Regular price 14,90€
Regular price 12,90€ Sale price 14,90€
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.
Weight
Roast Level

If we talk about high quality coffee in Honduras , we are talking about MARCALA coffee that has agro-ecological characteristics and a special flavor that are unrepeatable in the world. The prestige of MARCALA coffee is based on a rich tradition of quality , based on naturally favorable conditions and on the discipline of the human factor in production and processes practiced in the area since ancient times.

Origin:- Hondura
Region:- La Paz - Marcala
Producer:- Iván Vásquez
Variety:- Catuaí
Altitude:- 1675m
Processing Method:- Natural
Harvests:- November - April

Preparation suggestion (Brewing)


the cup

It stands out for its fruity notes, light and ripe fruit, as well as sweet and cocoa notes; It is a complex and full coffee, with a medium/high body and acidity. It is a complex and complete coffee, with medium/high acidity and body.

View full details

Honduras

Honduras is a small but powerful coffee producer. The country has the highest coffee production per capita in the world. As of 2017, Honduras began to rank third for the volume of Saudi production globally. For this spot, they compete with Ethiopia - a country 10 times the size of Honduras. Honduras has everything it needs to become a top speciality coffee producer. The country has the right growing conditions, abundant fertile soils and high altitudes (almost all farms are more than 1,000 meters above sea level), as well as a variety of microclimates. Starting in the early 2000s, the industry began to focus on quality. Improved infrastructure (better mechanical dryers, centralized wet mills, an increasing number of solar dryers), quality control/assurance training (sorting batches by quality, cupping schools, etc.), increase in specialty-focused exporters, the increase in volumes of certified coffees and the strengthening of the cooperative movement worked together to make Honduran coffee "one to watch". Unlike many Central American countries, Honduras has a younger average age of producer. The efforts of this generation have considerably improved Honduras' reputation for quality and its growing international demand. The Profile of Honduran Coffees Honduran premium coffee is typically full-bodied and sweet, with a mild acidity. It is generally processed and graded by the altitude at which it was grown, we think there is a bright future for growers who are interested in committing to quality and achieving that microlot status.

Produtor Comsa
Região La Paz - Marcala
Variedade Typical, Bourbon, Caturra
Processo Natural
Altitude 1200m - 1700m
Orgânico
Roast Level Light Dark
Notas

Chocolate, Sweet Notes with Strawberry & Lychee with a Creamy Body and some Nice Acidity