Honduras coffee quality spans a huge range, from a lower-cost Central American blender coffee, to high-grown lots that rival good Guatemala coffees in acidity and flavor. The areas of Marcala, Copan and Santa Barbara, Ocotopeque and others can produce high quality coffees. And Honduras is one of the few countries with a capacity to grow their production, where as nations like Costa Rica and Panama are experiencing land pressure from other demands, and producing less and less coffee each harvest. Honduran coffees can range from bright, acidic flavor profiles, lightly fruited and with strong cane sugar sweetness, to more caramel-like, lower acidity coffees that are nice in espresso. Read more

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    A coffee picker brings coffee cherry down to the mill by mule
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    These flowers will bloom, and soon after, become coffee cherry. Comayagua.
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    Walking farms in Comayagua region in 2017, you see a lot of the broad leaf, Catimor types planted
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    Walter takes me on a tour of La Lesquinada, one of the farms he manages in Corquin
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    Covered drying beds in Paraiso

    Honduras Ruta del Cafe

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