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This coffee comes from the slopes of Intibuca from three producers in the San Juanillo and Masaguara regions. Juana Osorio of Las Flores, Wilmer Grau of El Zapote and Maria Eva Lopez of Flor de Café contribute the coffee for this lot.

  • Farm Intibuca
  • Varietal Bourbon, IHCAFE 90
  • Process Fully washed
  • Altitude 1,000 to 1,820 metres above sea level
  • Town / City San Juanillo, Masaguara
  • Region Intibuca
  • Owner Juana Osorio (Las Flores); Wilmer Grau (El Zapote); Maria Eva Lopez (Flor de Café)
  • Tasting Notes Stonefruit, Plum, Full Body
  • Farm Size 3 hectares (Las Flores); 18 hectares (El Zapote); 3 hectares (Flor de Café)
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Each of these farms are seeking methods to improve quality and yield by improving fertilization methods and incorporating newer varietals into their plots. They are looking forward to ensure they have a future in coffee production and that coffee has a future in Honduras.

About Honduras

Throughout the past century, coffee has historically been one of Honduras’ leading exports (alongside bananas), and since the mid-2000s, total annual coffee production has grown in leaps and bounds. During the 2009/10 crop year, Honduras produced approximately 3.6 million bags of Arabica coffee (already a big increase over 1999/2000). By 2014/2015, the country had become Central America’s top grower (and number 7 in the world), with a yield of over 5 million bags (all Arabica varietals). With the highest production per capita in the world and various business drivers keeping the industry growing, experts agree that it wouldn’t be surprising for the country to reach 8 million bags in the foreseeable future. All in all, the story is clear: Honduras is an excellent coffee-producing country with a plethora of untapped potential for specialty lots.