The altitude of La Paz in Honduras is ideal for coffee growing and this bean will have you booking a flight to a cold brew or hot cup destination. It works great as a cold or hot drink.
Your palate will be humming with a caramel milk chocolate sweetness, pleasant brightness (acidity), and subtle citrus peachy finish. The lovely balance of this cup will become an instant favourite.
Taste The Difference: Each bag contains 400g (~1lb) of freshly roasted fair-trade organic beans that are crafted to order.
Roast Recommendation: Medium Light to Medium
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Behind The Bean
Location: The Marcala & Chinacla region, which is in the mountainous south-central department of La Paz in Honduras
Farm: APROCAE association of small farmers - Asociación de Pequeños Productores de Café Especial
Founded: July 15, 2015
Varieties: Catuai, Bourbon, Caturra, Típica, Lempira
Altitude: 1,200-1,710 masl
Process: Wet Processed
Drying: Sun Died
Temperature: 15° to 23° Celsius
Rainfall: 1700 to 2250 mm per year
Harvest Season: December - March
Honduras is the third largest coffee producer in the world but its coffee industry is still relatively young. Covering six distinct regions and a range of varieties, processes, altitudes and micro-climates, more than 95 percent of the country's growers are small farmers cultivating less than five hectares each.
We hope you not only love our "Birds Eye Brew" roast, but that you also get a chance to explore the Peel region as well.
Top Things To Do In Peel:
1. Tourist Attractions
- Fantasy Fair
- Wet 'n' Wild Toronto
- Playdium Amusement Centre
- Air Riderz Trampoline Park
- Peel Art Gallery, Museum + Archives
2. Architecture & Historic
- South Simcoe Railway
- Benares Historic House
- Bradley Museum
- Alton Mill Arts Centre
- Mississauga Celebration Square
3. Landscape & Nature
- Cheltenham Badlands
- Centennial Park
- Kariya Park
- Chinguacousy Park
- Forks of the Credit Provincial Park
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