USDA Organic Certified Coffee
The term “honey processed” does not include actual honey. It means that the thick sweet, brown mucilage that naturally surrounds the coffee bean inside the coffee cherry fruit remains on the beans as they dry, gifting the coffee with an additional note of sweetness.
FLAVOR NOTES: Golden Raisin, Honey, Chocolate, Thick
Grower: Finca Liquidámbar | Roberto Rene González
Variety: Bourbon, Catuai, and Pacas
Region: Guascotoro, San José, La Paz, Honduras
Harvest: November - March
Altitude: 1510 meters
Soil: Clay minerals
Process: Pulped natural (Honey) and dried inside solar dryers that provide protection from the rain
Certifications: Fair Trade, Organic
USDA Organic Certified products must be produced using agricultural production practices that foster resource cycling, promote ecological balance, maintain and improve soil and water quality, minimize the use of synthetic materials, and conserve biodiversity.
Photos Courtesy of Royal Coffee
It's so good! I bought more just to give to random people in the street to free their coffee minds. I go to bed early now, just so I can wake up and have more. I use it as a pour-over and espresso brew and it comes out great even when I mess up. All the stars!
Sweet and sassy
I love many of Aharon's coffee. Their roasting process on site is phenomenal and if you hear Aharon explain it himself you know he is really an expert and loves what he does. A few months ago Batsheva suggested I read her blog post on the new Honey Processed coffee. I did and gave it a whirl - it became an instant favorite. Highly recommend except it may sell it out faster, but worth it to share this wonderful coffee. Thanks, Aharon!
Just amazing. Thank you.
I used to go to the shop every morning. Then moved east and miss it. I recommend the Honduras. Seasons Greetings, everyone!