Honduras Valle de Angeles Finca Liquidámbar Washed Parainema

Honduras Valle de Angeles Finca Liquidámbar Washed Parainema

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Production Area / Valle de Angeles
Producer / Finca Liquidámbar
Elevation / 1,700M
Variety / Parainema
Level/ SHB
Process / Washed Process
Roasting Level / Light Medium Roast
Cupping Notes
/ Citrus FruitGreen PlumHoney LemonApple

Estate profile /
The name of "Fengxiang Manor" is derived from a tall tree named "Liquidambar" in Spanish, also known as "Sweetgum tree" in English. This gum-scented tree grows at high altitudes and is commonly found in coffee estates. When the estate bought the farmland, there was nothing there, so the estate decided to try growing three types of coffee: Lempira, Ihcafe90 and sarchimor. These varieties do well at high altitudes due to their high mucilage content and the long maturation process of coffee cherries.

Coffee at an altitude of 1,700 meters takes longer to harvest than at lower altitudes. After experimenting with many treatments, the estate found that washing and sun drying brought the best flavor to the coffee. Producing high-quality coffee is like a whole new journey for the estate, the key is to select bright red ripe coffee cherries and go through a slow drying process of at least 20 days, sometimes longer! In order to solve the problem of too cold at high altitudes, estates usually ship their coffee to warmer, lower altitudes to dry in the sun. As the estate grows organic coffee, it is important to ensure that all processes and environments are kept very clean and absolutely no herbicides are used. This is the first batch of coffee harvested by the manor, and the manor is surprised that the quality can be so good.
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