Honduras Guara Azul Medium Roast
Guara Azul is another fantastic coffee from the specialty division of export company Becamo.
The Guara Azul Microlots are a significant departure from the conventional supply, not only because of the intensity of their attributes but also for the dedication and hard work producers do. Its a combination of art, science and individual’s creativity with strict guidelines. It is carefully hand-selected from different Arabica varieties and harvested at high altitude farms in complex microclimates, resulting in a well-balanced cup with bright acidity, citrus, full-bodied robustness, consistent, and pleasant aftertaste.
The carefully selected producers use different protocols such as innovative procedures like prolonged fermentation in which they leave the beans with mucilage in the fermentation tanks up to 160 hours. The time will depend on the temperature, amount of beans, amount of sugar and how often they move the coffee.
The programme offers full traceability, from producer name, Estate farm, varietals, Altitude and procedure used.
This particular one is produced by Eva Ruth Vasquez who operates the La Lima farm in the San Andres, Lempira region. It is a fully washed bean consisting of the Catuai and Lempira varieties and is sun-dried on African beds.
Cupping notes: Raisin, Peanut Butter, Dark Chocolate. Rich and tasty.
Available in 200g, 450g and 1kg re-sealable bags made of recycled materials.
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Nice and smooth, no bitterness, the perfect coffee for a winters day!
Freshly roasted and worked in my machine well. Good taste and price with free delivery from a friendly company, have ordered more
South America is one of my favourite region for a coffee. Never disappoints!
Smooth, dark and slightly sweet, very very good coffee
A perfect medium roast. Loved the chocolate and raisin notes.
So smooth and luxurious
I will never buy instant coffee again.
Quick delivery. Eco friendly packaging.
Stays fresh. I love sticking my nose in the bag and breathing in the aroma.
I make mine in a cafetiere. Use a heaped scoop, pour the water over, give it a stir then wait 4 minutes and push the plunger down. I use coffee mate instead of milk.