Cultivated at an altitude of between 4,250 and 5,575 feet, the Marcala Fair Trade Coffee from Fresh Roasted Coffee is a medium roast with a bold body. Its cupping notes include walnut, milk chocolate, and lemon. It is harvested between December and April, natural processed, and exported from February to June.
Due to its temperate and tropical climates, Honduras produces coffees which are typically described as mild, robust, and sweet. Grown at altitudes of between 3,600 and 5,249 feet above sea level, Honduran coffee beans can be classified by both the altitude and region in which they were grown.
Additionally, each of Honduras’s six coffee-growing regions is home to at least two or three of the five major arabica varieties:
Also, depending on the region’s unique climate and elevation, each region’s coffee will have its own signature flavor profile.
December - March
Grain Pro / Ecotact
Pache, Lempira, Catuai
Location: Marcala, Honduras Altitude: 1,750 masl Varieties: Pache, Lempira, Catuai Process: Honey Drying: Solar Dryers Harvest: December-March Export: February - May