Coffee was introduced to Honduras hundreds of years ago while the country was under Spanish control. Many small, independent coffee farms existed at this time but the coffee industry as a whole was still relatively minute. It was after Honduras gained their independence in 1821 that the coffee industry really starting to fain some momentum.
Honduras is a prolific coffee-producing country, ranking fifth globally in terms of coffee production, in addition to being the largest producer in Central America and third-largest in Latin America.
Nicaragua is the third largest producer of coffee in Central America. Coffee has long been a cornerstone to the Nicaraguan coffee has since been through some difficult times.
Ethiopia is considered to be the birth place of the coffee plant and of coffee culture. Today over 12 million people in Ethiopia are involved in the cultivation and picking of coffee, and coffee remains a central part of Ethiopian culture.
With a mix of beans sourced fromNicaragua and Ethiopia, the taste is not only tantalising but addictive.
This coffee is available in ground, beans and pods for enjoyment in the comfort of your own home.
Origin: Honduras, Nicaragua & Ethiopia
Profile: With a coffee score of 86-96, this blend is known for its smooth finish, pleasant acidity, nutty overtones and rich to medium full body. The blend includes tropical fruit, blueberry, orange with dark chocolate and honeycomb flavour profiles with a blissful sweet-toffee aftertaste.
Coffee Score: 86 -96
Roasting: Medium roast, single batch and medium grind creates some intensity while allowing the exotic fruity notes to prevail in the cup.
Q. Can I get this in ground beans?
A. Yes, Hunter Espresso offers our coffee blends in either full beans or ground.
Q. Where do you ship?
A. We ship all over the world, if you love coffee, you will love wood-fire roasted coffee.
Q. What is Ethically Sourced Wood-fire Roaster Coffee?
A. Ethically sourced beans means that at Hunter Espresso we have control over the quality and social sustainability of our beans. Our state of the art roasting process uses 100% hot air and smoke rather than direct heat from a gas flame, meaning the beans are more evenly roasted. This method produces a consistent roast, resulting in cleaner, sweeter, full bodied tasting coffee.