The origins

Honduras SHG

Arabica

OVERLOOKING THE CARRIBEAN SEA

Honduras is a Central American country overlooking the Caribbean Sea; its territory is mainly mountainous.
The configuration of the territory and the mild climate conditions together with the small farmers’ ability to prepare and process coffee have made it possible to obtain single-origin coffees with unique sensory characteristics.
The entrepreneurial network that represents the Coffee industry in Honduras is made of hundreds of small farmers. Siguatepeque is located in the Honduran department of Comayagua, in the south-central part of the country. It is an enchanting area with hills and pine forests where the red soil is rich in clay and nutrients.
The Bourbon, Caturra and Typica coffee plants grow at a 1,000-1,500 mt. altitude and produce top quality beans whose characteristics stand out for their sweet and flowery notes, creamy body, fine and intense acidity with hints of dry fruit.

General information

  • Country of origin

    Honduras

  • Production area

    Comayagua - Siguatepeque

Product type

  • Species

    Arabica

  • Variety of the plant

    Various Bourbon, Caturra and Typica

  • Altitude

    1000 - 1500 mt

  • Harvest time

    October - March

  • Harvest method

    Picking

  • Manufacturing process

    Washed

  • Drying method

    Patio - suspended frames

End in the cup

  • Aroma

    Sweet

  • Body

    Full

  • Acidity

    Medium

  • Persistence

    Good

The Goppion coffees from this plantation

  • Espresso Casa (18 pods)

     4,70

    Suitable for all espresso machines.

  • Oro Line - Espresso (250 g)

     4,80

    Blend of coffee beans and ground coffees, good for at-home espresso machines.

  • Aromatico (10 capsules, 30 capsules)

     3,20

    The taste is rich, the aroma is full and round and the aftertaste is intense.