Maria Genoveva's farm, El Guayabito, is situated in Western Honduras (Corquín, Copán). At 1,450masl, she grows a variety of different coffees, but mainly Caturra.
Thanks to the macerated washed processing, this coffee has lingering fresh notes of peach, supported by a well-rounded body.
Maria Genoveva's lots have stood out this season against much of Copan's coffee production, and were selected for this microlot project as a result.
El Guayabito, Corquín
|NOTES||Peach, Brown Sugar, Honey|
Notes from the team:
We have had some delicious coffees from Honduras, and were excited when we came across this crop from Maria Genoveva. As much as we personally enjoy a good no-nonsense washed coffee, there is something very intriguing about a well-processed macerated coffee such as this.