Aromatic and fragrant. Common flavor notes are a combination of darker caramel along with lighter notes like tropical fruits and berries. The flavor of Honduran coffee has also been described as having hints of apricot, and chocolate.
The new kid on the coffee block? Give Honduran coffee beans a chance. This small country nestled in the heart of Central America is culturally and naturally rich. It is a land of ancient Mayan ruins, lush rain forest trails, mystical cloud forests, laid-back towns and villages, and secluded tropical beaches.
Bordered by the Caribbean Sea on its northern coast and the Pacific Ocean in the South, Honduras consists mostly of mountains, plains along the coast, an undeveloped jungle in the northeast, and the densely populated Sula Valley in the northwest.
Honduras has three major topographical regions — a vast interior plateau of hills and mountains; the Caribbean lowlands and the Pacific lowlands, fringing the Gulf of Fonseca.
Grown at altitudes between 3,600 and 5,249 feet above sea level, Honduran coffee beans can be classified by both the altitude and region in which they were grown.
In Yoros, a small rural community in Honduras, each year the sky rains fish! No kidding! This well-documented phenomenon has been occurring yearly for more than a century.
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