From Long & Short Coffee:
Pedro Joel Fiallos is the owner of Fiallos, the 28 hectare farm in the Las Pacayas area of Corquin, Copan. The farm sits at 1250 masl and is planted with a range of varieties including; Obata, Lempira, Catuai and Parainema.
Pedro started out working in coffee farms, picking and pruning, in order to save up enough money to buy land for himself. He eventually bought a half hectare plot and began growing coffee. Little by little he has acquired more and more parcels of land and grown his total production to make a good living from coffee. Pedro was one of the founding members of Aruco and is still an important member, providing advice and assistance to other producers. This year Pedro has started producing naturals and working to improve the quality of his coffee. We are pretty pleased with the results.
The Parainema cultivar originates from Honduras and was lab produced in the 80s to be rust-resistant. This means it is incredibly sustainable and reliable for high yield production on the farm.
Altitude: 1250 masl
Great for: Aeropress, Cafetiere, Espresso, Filter, Stove Top, Black, With milk
Origin: Honduras, Central America
Region: Las Pacayas Area Of Corquin, Copan
Owner: Pedro Joel Fiallos
Process Method: Natural (Dry)
Tasting Notes: Mild acidity, blueberry and papaya notes. then juiciness of pineapple with a smooth finish.
Varietals: Parainema, Obata, Lempira, Catuai