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A microlot is a small percentage of a crop, sorted out of as being the very best quality of the entire harvest. In this case, the beans here are all from one farmer, who dried the beans on his patio under the sun and processed them by hand. It comes from the Cual Bicicleta farm, which we have purchased from for three straight years now.
This means that the coffee is far different and far more special than a typical Honduras coffee. What has happened here is the coffee has begun to pick up savory tastes of sweet grain and ripe tomato as well as sweet tastes of black cherry and watermelon. The aftertaste is sweet as you notice hints of strawberry and chocolate. Because it has both the savory and sweet components, this coffee is particularly interesting to drink and altogether pleasant. Although these aren't tasting notes that one often finds in coffee, they are enjoyable. The coffee was an award winner and rated an 89 and we bought over half of the harvest.
Tasting Notes: Fruity aroma, Medium Body, Dark Chocolate, hint of tomato, juicy watermelon, black cherry, Brown Sugar finish, Clean pleasant aftertaste