We taste: Grape, apple, dark chocolate
Region: Pichingo, Comayagua
Altitude: 1750 MASL
Harvest: May 2023
Next roast & ship date: February 19th
Celia Portillo grows Typica and Bourbon on her 4-hectare farm, La Pacaya in the Comayagua Mountain Range. This is a separation of Bourbon grown at 1750 MASL. This is our first time working with Celia's coffee, although she is a relative of Antonio Ramirez who was one of our first partners in Honduras.
Cherries are picked at peak ripeness and then stored in sealed plastic bags in shade for 35 hours. They are then depulped and returned to sealed plastic bags where they undergo a secondary fermentation of an additional 35 hours. Once this time has elapsed, the coffee is rinsed of the mucilage remaining and placed onto raised beds where it’s dried for 22 - 25 days. The coffee is tested for moisture of 10.5% before being removed from the drying
beds and stored in Grainpro bags in a shaded environment.
Farm Gate Price: 8000 Lempira / Quintal of exportable green
FOB Price: 3.68 USD/LB
Our Price: 5.45 USD/LB
We roast to order every Monday and ship on Tuesday.