Honduras El Caracol 90Hours (200g)
High-toned, fruit-forward. Watermelon candy, red wine, caramel, vanilla, milk chocolate, cinnamon in aroma and in cup. Full, creamy mouthfeel and delicate. Sweet-toned finish centered around notes of plum candy and cinnamon. Dessert-like in the milk shot, all fruit and candy with a hint of cinnamon.
Farm: El Caracol
Don Franklin is a coffee maker in the Yaunera San Pedro,' Copan in Honduras. He is 37 years old, married. His farm is located in the village of El Caracol in San Pedro de Capan, where cultivates such varieties of coffee as Icatu, Lempira, Ihcakafe90 at an altitude of 1500 meters above sea level, an area of 10 hectares of fruit trees, banana plantations and wildlife.
Franklin is proud of Farm El Caracol. He bought this land more than 15 years ago with the help of his father. He turned everything into coffee plantations and began to grow a lot of specialty coffee, following the instructions from the side of the Aruco cooperative.To get to the farm there is a dirt road. Franklin has only one vehicle for doing his farm and family tasks.
Fest coffee Mission is a Company that provides only direct trade green coffee from farms in Central and South America. They represent more than 200 farms from Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Colombia and Ethiopia. They pay considerable attention to the natural way of coffee processing, as well as to the experimental aerobic and anaerobic types of fermentation. Collaboration with them started in 2018.
About El Caracol
PRODUCER:Jose Ovidio Gardoza
PROCESS:90h Fermented In Nylon And Dried
ARRIVED IN:30kg Boxes
AROMA:Red Wine Vanilla
FLAVOR:Plum Chocolate Cinamon
Natural Fermentation 90 hours in nylon
Coffee was harvested from February until March. Cherries were picked up by pickers from Guatemala.
The next step is that the cherries were washed and cleared from the floaters.
Then coffee laid and covered with nylon for 90 hours. After the fermentation process coffee is placed to drying system coved and dried for 20-40 days.
When the cherries have reached the needful humidity, the beans were de-pulped from the cherries and parchment by huller and then sent to the export.