This natural anaerobic processed microlot is sourced from the producers at SOLCAFE in Western Honduras. Located in the Opalaca mountain range, which is an extensive and narrow mountain region spanning 50km, and reaching heights of over 230masl. The SOLCAFE Associate was created by 37 small coffee producers in 2019 from the departments of Lempira and Intibuca.
Growers: SOLCAFE ASSOCIATION FARMERS
Region: Western Honduras
Process: Natural fermentation
Varietal: Bourbon, Catuai, Typica
Altitude: 1300-1800 m.a.s.l
Profile: Boozy whisky notes in the front palate move to nectarine, raspberry and orange fruits. Creamy texture carries notes of walnut, hazelnut and warm spice in the finish.
Roasters Notes: Manually brewed it's suitable for stovetop, Aeropress, Delta Press, Filter
About the Farm
The name of the coffee originates from the way in which it is processed; solar drying on patios and in green houses. The producers started the group with the aim to improve the quality of life of the coffee producing families in the region. And from this, creating quality, sustainability and harmony with the environment.
In 2022 Solcafe increased it's members to 180, all are small holders with an average of 4 hectares of land each. Rainforest Alliance, Fairtrade and organic certification in place, the association is constantly striving to improve the life of it's members and the environmental welfare of the community.