Honduras coffee refers to coffee beans that are grown in the Central American country of Honduras. Honduras is the largest coffee producer in Central America and produces a wide range of high-quality Arabica coffee beans that are highly sought after by coffee connoisseurs.
Honduras coffee is known for its sweet and bright flavor profile, with notes of caramel, chocolate, and citrus. The coffee beans are typically grown in high-altitude regions, which helps to create a unique flavor profile with a balanced acidity and sweetness.
Honduras coffee is often grown using sustainable and eco-friendly farming practices, which has helped to elevate the country's reputation as a producer of high-quality specialty coffee. Many coffee farms in Honduras are certified organic or Fair Trade, which ensures that the coffee is grown and harvested in a way that is both environmentally and socially responsible.
Our Honduras coffee beans are grown in Clay Mineral soil at an altitude above 1300m by Cafe Organics Marcala, from Marcala, La Paz, in Honduras. It's hand sorted, washed and naturally sun dried, creating a unique bold flavor.
Honduras coffee can be roasted to a variety of roast levels, from light to dark, depending on the desired flavor profile. Lighter roasts tend to highlight the bright and fruity flavors of the coffee, while darker roasts bring out the deeper, more robust flavors of the beans.
Overall, Honduras coffee is a high-quality, specialty coffee that is highly regarded by coffee lovers around the world for its unique flavor profile and sustainable farming practices.
Tasting Profile: Caramel, spice, brown sugar.
Grower: 1500 grower/members from Cafe Organics Marcala
Variety: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, Lempira, & Typica
Region: Marcala, La Paz, Honduras
Altitude: 1300-1700 M
Soil Type: Clay Minerals
Process: Fully washed and sun dried.