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Monthly Specials

Organic Fair Trade Certified Honduras Single-Origin beans  –     Order yours NOW

  • Customers that refer a new customer(s) making 1 or more purchases will receive FREE 1 lb coffee for each new purchasing customer they referred with their next order!

 

LP

President Sustaining Elements of Coffee

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Monthly Special #1:

mexican_altura beans

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City Organic Fair Trade Certified Honduras – Roast Date 9/30/2017 [Online Sale Price $13.75 /lb]

Within the past decade, Honduras started to become known in the Specialty Coffee market. In its infancy of coffee cultivation in 1799, almost all coffee produced was for domestic consumption.  Due to the people’s will  & efforts by the Instituto Hondureno del Cafe (IHCAFE), starting in 2011, Honduras ranked as Central America’s top producer of coffee (Wikipedia) & in 2012 as the 2nd largest exporter of high-quality fully washed Arabica beans worldwide (Telegraph). 92% of cultivators are small producers. Up to 2 million people directly participate in the harvest from November to March annually. The amount of organically grown coffees are increasing. There are 7 growing regions in the country;  Agalta, Comayagua, Copan, Montecillos, Opalca, & El Paraiso. The common Arabica varieties are Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, Pacas, & Typica.

Traditionally Honduran coffees were known for soft, nutty, subtle flavors and within the past decade, are seeing exceptional lots with higher acidity levels, syrupy bodies, and distinctive tropical fruit undertones.

Sustaining Elements of Coffee’s Organic Fair Trade Certified Honduran beans are sourced from the Fair Trade member co-operative Beneficio Santa Rosa. The beans have a nutty aroma, and bright acidity. This selection has been medium roasted.

Your purchases of coffee help farmers and farm workers get fair wages for their labor. Fair Trade (FT) farmers learn the value of sustainable farming and of protecting the environment and fragile ecosystems. . FT can truly be an important Sustaining Element of Coffee. Look for the Fair Trade Certified label!

Roast –   City (Medium)

Body –    Balanced

Acidity – Medium

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Monthly Special #2

french roast colombian supremo beans

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SOLD OUT! DARK Organic Fair Trade Certified Honduras – Roast Date 9/30/2017

Within the past decade, Honduras started to become known in the Specialty Coffee market. In its infancy of coffee cultivation in 1799, almost all coffee produced was for domestic consumption.  Due to the people’s will  & efforts by the Instituto Hondureno del Cafe (IHCAFE), starting in 2011, Honduras ranked as Central America’s top producer of coffee (Wikipedia) & in 2012 as the 2nd largest exporter of high-quality fully washed Arabica beans worldwide (Telegraph). 92% of cultivators are small producers. Up to 2 million people directly participate in the harvest from November to March annually. The amount of organically grown coffees are increasing. There are 7 growing regions in the country;  Agalta, Comayagua, Copan, Montecillos, Opalca, & El Paraiso. The common Arabica varieties are Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, Pacas, & Typica.

Traditionally Honduran coffees were known for soft, nutty, subtle flavors and within the past decade, are seeing exceptional lots with higher acidity levels, syrupy bodies, and distinctive tropical fruit undertones.

Sustaining Elements of Coffee’s Organic Fair Trade Certified Honduran beans are sourced from the Fair Trade member co-operative Beneficio Santa Rosa. The beans have a nutty aroma, and bright acidity. This selection has been DARK roasted.

Your purchases of coffee help farmers and farm workers get fair wages for their labor. Fair Trade (FT) farmers learn the value of sustainable farming and of protecting the environment and fragile ecosystems. . FT can truly be an important Sustaining Element of Coffee. Look for the Fair Trade Certified label!

Roast  –  DARK

Body   –  Full

Acidity – Medium

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