In the year 2000, 62 Honduran coffee farmers joined together with an usual objective to change their farms from regular to organic development as well as created COMSA (Coffee shop Organico Marcala, S.A). In 2001, promoted through a groundwork contacted Funder, COMSA earned their organic accreditation from Bio Latina which has actually permitted them to market their coffee to more worldwide purchasers as well as realize better asking price for their coffee. In February 2006, COMSA at that point requested as well as was actually provided Multilateral trade accreditation condition. COMSA utilizes the Multilateral trade rate fee to cash many social ventures including spending instructors' wages as well as obtaining university materials. The fee also funds the building and construction from home kitchens in the colleges on behalf of the Merienda Escolar program that delivers foods for schoolchild. RhoadsRoast Coffees is honored to assist COMSA through obtaining their superb quality, organic as well as Fairtrade licensed coffee. Site: La Paz, Marcala Height: 1,295 - 1,699 Meters Varietal: Whiskey, Typica, Catuai, Caturra Process: Washed Drying: Sunshine as well as technical Harvesting: December - April Export: February - June
Honduras Comsa Marcala-citrus start with hints of cherry balanced by an almond-flavored, dark chocolate body with a sweet caramel finish.
Fresh Roasted Each Morning & Shipped in the Afternoon! This bean is much more lively than what is thought of as a typical Honduran coffee.
It is bright, syrupy sweet, and energetic. Honduran coffee usually has a more laid back character than this offering.
The fragrance of the brewed coffee is reminiscent of almonds and warm caramel with lemon lingering in the finish.
This is not a heavy coffee, but it has a pleasant intensity and brightness that is memorable.