Honduras - Seleccion San Marcos
Honduras - Seleccion San Marcos
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Cupping Notes: Chocolate, heavy body, strawberry, caramel, balanced, nice sweetness
The town of San Marcos is within the department of Ocotepeque located in the western highlands of Honduras near the boarders with Guatemala and El Salvador. This region, with peaks reaching 2300 meters, is home to numerous cloud forests. The first inhabitants were the Maya-Chortí people, descendants of the Mayans who spoke Ch’orti, a language that is nearly extinct today. Each year they celebrate the Tz’ikin, demonstrating their gratitude to the gods for having prosperous crops and abundant water. The region is home to a natural reserve called Güisayote, meaning “abundance of squashes,” due to fertile and nutrient rich soil. of how. Because the Coffee is grown at high altitudes and lower temperatures, it produces a slower maturing fruit and a denser bean.
|Country of Origin||Honduras|
|Bag Type||Grain Pro / Ecotact|
Prior to 1900, coffee was essentially a garden crop in Honduras, grown on small lots of land and traded within the country for internal consumption. Less than 10 percent of the coffee harvested was exported in 1894. By 1900, exports had more than doubled, but banana was still king. A decline in banana production over the decades coincided with a slow but steady growth in coffee production. Today, Honduras is the largest coffee producer in Central America, exporting more than 5 million bags last year, and is one of the largest exporters of specialty grade coffee.
Honduras is somewhat unique in that it experienced the most significant growth in export volume after the emergence of the specialty coffee industry, so new farmers and new mills begin with quality as their goal. Coffee is now pervasive in Honduras, grown in 210 of the 298 municipalities and throughout central and coastal highlands within six districts identified as Coffee Regions. Starting in the north and moving south, the regions are Copan, Opalaca, Montecillos, Comayagua, El Paraiso, and Agalta. More than 60 percent of Honduras coffee is grown above 12 hundred meters and as high as 16 hundred. Almost 90 percent of Honduras coffee is grown on small (less than 153 bags) and medium (between 153 and 766 bags) sized farms. Virtually all Honduras coffee (over 90 percent) is washed and sun dried. Plant varieties include Cautuai, Caturra, Bourbon, Typica, and Pacas.
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