This fine Honduran coffee is sweet and mild so it makes a good cup for drinking throughout the day. Tropical fruit and caramel leads to a sweet aftertaste with chocolatey aromas. The dark rich soil of the rainforest is loaded with nutrients from the naturally decaying vegetation that grows below and above the coffee. Fertilizer isn’t necessary to grow great coffee, and if it is needed, only natural fertilizer is used. This makes Honduran coffee a great choice for those that seek organically produced coffees from sustainable farms.
Coffees from Agalta have tasting notes of tropical fruit and caramel that lead to a sweet aftertaste, with chocolatey aromas. Coffees grown in Honduras, which borders Guatemala, Nicaragua and El Salvador, generally having tasting notes describing them as full-bodied with a sweet and mild taste. This Honduran coffee is Strictly High Grown grade – these altitudes allow the coffee to grow slower, increasing the mineral and nutrient uptakes and developing a fuller, more robust flavor of coffee. This is Shade-Grown coffee, which intersperses other trees with the coffee trees to create shade and further slows the coffee growing.