This coffee came from the COMSA MARCALA co-op which is a large fair trade organic co-op of Honduran farmers.
This is a small lot from one farmer who grew the large Pacas varietal of coffee beans and dried this coffee under the sun instead of taking it to the washing mill. 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 sweet fruity tastes of black cherry and watermelon while also maintaining some of its natural citrus and chocolate Honduras profile. The aftertaste is sweet and without earthiness or defects.
This is a versatile coffee, enjoyable by any brew method including espresso.
Tasting Notes: Fruity aroma, Medium Body, hint of citrus, juicy sweet watermelon, black cherry, pine nuts, hint of tomato.