Coffee Honduras in Tin 200g

Apologies, our tins are currently out of stock. Our lovely, festive gold tins will be available very soon and can be ordered on backorder. The black tins will be available again at the beginning of 2021.

Full-bodied with a sweet and mild taste. Nutty and chocolatey. Round body.
Honduras single origin makes a super espresso and also makes a delicious filter coffee.

Perfectly roasted for ultimate freshness.

Order now with choice of grind and quick delivery

Body – Full-bodied
Intensity – Medium intensity
Acidity – Soft and balanced acidity
Aroma – Sweet, fruity

Coffee Honduras in Tin 200g

14.00 

Apologies, our tins are currently out of stock. Our lovely, festive gold tins will be available very soon and can be ordered on backorder. The black tins will be available again at the beginning of 2021.

Full-bodied with a sweet and mild taste. Nutty and chocolatey. Round body.
Honduras single origin makes a super espresso and also makes a delicious filter coffee.

Perfectly roasted for ultimate freshness.

Order now with choice of grind and quick delivery

Body – Full-bodied
Intensity – Medium intensity
Acidity – Soft and balanced acidity
Aroma – Sweet, fruity

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  • A fabulous tin containing 200g of delicious coffee, great in your kitchen and as a gift to the other coffee lovers in your life.

    Honduras coffee has a delicately smooth texture with a slightly sweet taste. The various flavour profiles include fruity (tamarind fruit and lemon zest), nutty (almond and coconut) and chocolatey undertones. Honduras makes an ideal espresso, sweet caramel filter coffee and combines exceptionally well with milk-based coffees.

  • Weight .400 kg
    Choose Grind …

    grind: whole coffee beans (I love grinding them), grind: coarse 6.5 (drip, Chemex, Vario V60), grind: medium 5.5 (French Press), grind: fine 4.5 (Espresso, Aeropress)

  • About Honduras coffee

    The earliest reported plantations in Honduras date as far back as the early 19th century, where it arrived from the Caribbean. It was introduced under then-Spanish ownership but really started gaining ground off after gaining independence. It was second to Banana exports, which were owned and driven by larger U.S. companies up through the 20th century. In the early 2000s, the Coffee industry finally gained legs and is considered a primary cash crop along with Bananas.

  • Why drink Arabica coffee

    Coffee Arabica is a species of Coffee originally indigenous to the forests of the southwestern highlands of Ethiopia. It is also known as the “coffee shrub of Arabia”, “mountain coffee”, or “arabica coffee”.Arabica is believed to be the first species of coffee to be cultivated, and is by far the dominant cultivar, representing some 75% of global production. 

    The other 25% is produced with the less acidic, more bitter, and more highly caffeinated Robusta bean.

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