This one is a really big deal. A microlot is generally defined as the highest quality beans of a harvest sorted out and sold separately. These beans then receive special honey-processing to bring out their full potential. So this small microlot won an award of recognition from the Copan co-op, and they decided to allow the beans to be sold separately and traced back to the farmer. This is a collection of coffees from small farmers from the Copen Co-op which we support every year. It is rare to get a honey processed coffee out of Honduras, which usually exports washed process beans. It was harvested in March 2017 and made it to the Australia at the end of June 2017.
COPEN HONEY PROCESS
$35.00 – $90.00
Cups with nice blackberry wine up front, moving to high lime and red apple acid. Medium body carries a lovely honey like finish