Milk chocolate & wild berries

This gorgeous coffee from Honduras has so much to give.

The La Julia farm is located at 1530 masl, and consists of 10 Hectares with a mix of the cultivars Catuai and Java. Ripe cherries are hand picked by local pickers. The pickers are paid extra to sort ripe cherries from the unripe while they are picking. Sorting is done by simply putting the cherries in separate bags. After de-pulping the mucilage is removed with the use of a penagos aqua pulper. Then the parchment is fermented for 12 hours before it is washed using African washing techniques which helps sorting floaters and undeveloped beans from the denser and more developed coffee. Then the coffee gets dried slowly on raised beds covered with shade nets.

  • Honduras

  • Marcala

  • Chinacla

  • La Julia

  • Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera

  • Catuai & Java

  • Fully washed

  • March 2018

  • 1600 masl

  • Nordic Approach

  • 250g bag

  • 103.13kr pr kg

  • Medium (great for a full bodied filter coffee or a lighter bodied espresso)

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  • Milk chocolate & wild berries

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