Regional La Duenda

La Duenda, that mischievous elf that throws coffee cherries at visitors to farms around the Marcala town in Honduras. The department of La Paz features a microclimate that allows the cherries to ripen slowly, developing beautifully sweet profiles. This means our Regional La Duenda coffee is perfect for building body and sweetness to your roasted blends.

Honduras

La Paz

The beautiful flowers of a coffee tree against a blue sky

Producer

Various small producers

Varietal

Catuai, Bourbon, Caturra

Altitude

1200 - 1600 m

Harvest

Nov - Jan

Regional coffees are a collection of green beans that represent a coffee growing area and provide a reliable offering each season that's popular for blends. This label utilises harvested coffee beans from small-holder farmers that do not become a micro-lot offering.
Regional coffees are a collection of green beans that represent a coffee growing area and provide a reliable offering each season that's popular for blends. This label utilises harvested coffee beans from small-holder farmers that do not become a micro-lot offering.
The fruit of a coffee tree is a cherry that grows around the coffee seed as it ripens into a deep red

Product List

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