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Honduran coffee

As a relatively late comer to the coffee industry, Honduras has become the largest producer of coffee in Central America and now produces some of the highest quality coffee in the Americas.

The location and terroir are perfect for growing coffee which is the country's second biggest export. Over 100,000 families are involved in the production of coffee and with the investment in infrastructure and education into processing techniques from the government the coffee industry is booming.

However the infamous leaf rust hit Honduras fairly hard in 2012 with many crops badly damaged, while the large amounts of rainfall is also quite a big problem when drying the coffee.

Taste profiles of Honduran coffee are fairly similar to Guatemalan coffees in that they offer a wide range of flavours. From the Northern forested region of Agalta producing darker nutty and caramel flavours through to the Montecillos region which is famed for more citric flavours and juicy acidity.

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Save as favourite Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: Honduras, Miriam Perez Microlot, Black Honey
from 250g: £9.00
From Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: Miriam is one the founders of the inspirational COMSA coop. She is a pioneer of biodynamic farming, and meditates on her coffee farm under the moon. Cultivating coffee in harmony with nature. For the first time Miriam has experimented with a black honey process...
Save as favourite Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: Honduras, Miriam Perez Microlot, Red Honey Process
from 250g: £10.00
From Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: Miriam is one the founders of the inspirational COMSA coop. She is a pioneer of biodynamic farming, and meditates on her coffee farm under the moon. Cultivating coffee in harmony with nature. For the first time Miriam has experimented with a red honey process...
Save as favourite Weanie Beans: Honduras, COMSA co-operative, Honey Process
250g: £8.50
From Weanie Beans: In the west of Honduras sits the COMSA (Cafe Organico Marcala) co-operative, a collective of farmers from around Marcala, La Paz (which was the first region in Honduras to receive protected origin denomination). COMSA started out in 2001 with 69 farmers, with the aim to improve their...
Save as favourite Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: Miriam Perez Microlot: Honduras, Clave De Sol, Las Tres Marias Lot, Natural
from 250g: £8.00
From Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: We feel like this coffee is part of our DNA here at H&G. It's one of the most characterful and distinctive coffees we've ever had and is consistently so damn tasty! It's also the coffee we've had people beating our door to get back...
Save as favourite Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: Serendipia: Honduras, Comsa Co Op, Washed
from 250g: £6.50
From Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: We are a just sooo darn proud to be able to offer this coffee!  COMSA is a brilliant inspirational Co-op, in Marcala from the La Paz region in South West Honduras. The co-op pioneers organic farming methods and a centre for education for farmers...
Save as favourite Horsham Coffee Roaster: Honduras, Capucas co-operative - Swiss Water Decaf, Washed
from 250g: £7.95
From Horsham Coffee Roaster: The Honduras Capucas co-operative is located at high altitude on the Celaque mountain range. Founded in 1999 the co-operative focuses on the processing of coffee harvested by members and delivered to a local washing station. Most producers grow Catuai and all are organic, fair trade and...
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