Honduran Subtle Earth Organic Coffee

Roasted By: Cafe Don Pablo 

Who will enjoy Honduran Subtle Earth Organic Coffee the most?

  • Coffee drinkers with a sweet tooth, this one has rich notes of honey and milk chocolate.
  • Anyone seeking a low acid coffee, this one is easy on the stomach!
  • Anyone who has not tried Honduran coffee, you're missing out! 

Honduran Subtle Earth Organic Coffee Profile

Roast:  Medium-Dark

Body:  Full, velvety

Taste:  Rich, notes of honey and milk chocolate

Fragrance:  Sweet, chocolate

Aroma:  Nuts, chocolate

Sweetness:  Moderate, caramel-toned

Acidity:  Low

Aftertaste:  Sweet & clean

Origin(s):  Honduras, La Paz, Marcala

Species:  Arabica 

Cert(s):  Organic

The Background

Honduras is the largest producer of coffee in North America. These low acid coffee beans come from the Marcala region, located in the department of La Paz. Situated in Central America, Honduras shares borders with Guatemala, Nicaragua and El Salvador. All of these countries benefit from an ideal climate for the growth of coffee. The reputation of Honduran coffee beans have been trending upwards quite quickly in recent years. In the past, Honduran coffee was used primarily in blends, but as the popularity increases, more and more single origin Honduran coffee brands are becoming available! 

What makes Honduran Subtle Earth Organic Coffee special?

These Honduran coffee beans showcase just why the reputation of Honduran coffee is on the rise. This medium-dark roast has a sweet, chocolate aroma that is followed by a rich, velvety body. Rich and sweet notes of honey and milk chocolate are paired to make a seriously tasty cup! A pleasant caramel toned sweetness sticks around in the aftertaste. This is a very low acid coffee, making it very easy on the stomach! If you haven't tried Honduran coffee beans before, we highly recommend that you do so!

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