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Honduras Santa Barbara San Vicente Fermin Reyes Natural Lempira

Honduras Santa Barbara San Vicente Fermin Reyes Natural Lempira

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Production Area / Santa Barbara
Producer / San Vicente Fermin
Elevation / 1,400– 1,700 M
Variety / Lempira
Level/ SHB
Process / Natural Process
Roasting Level / Light Medium Roast
Cupping Notes
/ BlueberryWineyCitrus JamStone Fruits

Estate profile /
The largest coffee province in Honduras is The Santa Barbara region, which is located in the west of Honduras, in the northwest of Lake Yojoa. This region has developed into a famous coffee producing area in Honduras in the past few years. At the same time, this area comes from Mr. Angel Arturo Paz, a well-known agronomist, who owns a post-processing plant: San Vicente is located in Pena, Santa Barbara Province, north of Lake Yojoa in the west. In the small town of Blanca, he has been a regular winner of the COE (Cup of Excellence) Cup in Honduras. The St. Vincent processing plant buys beans from smallholder coffee farmers in the surrounding towns of El Cielito, Las Flores and El Cedral, each home to at least 35 families and a school. Although these smallholder batches are often difficult to isolate due to the small number, the coffees produced in these regions can still surprise with high sweetness and fruity notes.
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