Located in the most western corner of Honduras close to the border with Guatemala and El Salvador, Los Maldonados has been cultivated by the Garcia family for more than a decade. As a smallholder coffee farmer family they only produce around 200 bags of specialty coffee every year and focus on improving their quality in order to build long lasting relationships with their few worldwide customers.
The coffee grows at around 1750 masl on several smaller coffee fields, nestled along mountain slopes in a microclimate created by the special winds and cloud formations in Ocotepeque.
This coffee comprise only the pacamara varietal, originated from a cross between and Maragogipe. It's a very large bean size & able to produce exceptional quality at high altitude.
This Honduras washed coffee is absolutely stunning. With lots of fruity notes include berries, grapes & sugarcane sweetness, finish with hints of toffee aftertaste. Lovely sweetness that makes a perfect morning cuppa.