12 oz for $0.00 ($0.0000/gram)
"Region: Tres Pinos, Comayagua, Honduras Process: washed Varietal: Caturra Altitude: 1200 – 1650 M.A.S.L. Bag Size: 152 Lbs. Cupping Notes: Balanced body, full acidity with mild citrus/floral notes. Milk chocolate, caramel, and nutty with a smooth finish. About This Coffee: Perfectly planted in Montaña de La Choca, a national mountain reserve, Finca Santa Lucia is tucked away in the little village of Tres Piños, over two and half hours away from the nearest city, Comayagua, Honduras. Raul Rodriguez, a third-generation coffee producer, owns and operates the farm and lives there happily with his wife and three dogs. He inherited this farm from his father, Don Ermenegildo Rodriguez—one of the biggest coffee innovators of his time. Having a vision for specialty coffee, his father introduced the world to exotic varietals such as Yellow Bourbon, Typica, and Caturra. Surrounded by a cloud forest full of exotic wildlife. The well-defined seasons in this region contribute to the high quality of specialty coffees. The rainy season results in beautiful cherries, and the clear, dry season allows the producers to sun-dry their coffee once it is washed. The high altitude, richness of the clay, soil, and warmth of the sun ensure that the integrity and quality of the beans are preserved from beginning to end."